Supporters, Partners and Collaborators 2009 to 2021

The Strings Attached project, a music education program. Thank you to our supporters, collaborators and friends who helped us from 2009 through 2021!  Please click on their logos to explore their websites:

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Les Paul Foundation

dana brownThe Dana Brown Charitable Trust, U.S. Bank, Trustee

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The Saigh Foundation

Reverb Gives
Reverb Gives is helping us make the world more musical. Thanks to Reverb, we’re putting more guitars, ukuleles, mandolins, and more into the hands of students across St. Louis!
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Make Music Alliance, Inc.

Thanks along the way…. many thanks to sponsors, foundations and givers who have helped us sustain the project for 12 years: The Vine, The Pershing Trust, The Dana Brown Charitable Trust, The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis, The Les Paul Foundation, The Saigh Foundation, The Mockingbird Foundation, Reverb Gives, St. Louis Cardinals Care, The Pettus Foundation, The Come Together Ferguson Fund, The Puffin Foundation, The Puffin Foundation West, Jubilation Foundation, The Jubilation Foundation Fellowship, The Tides Foundation, SLOUP, The Missouri Humanities Council, The Arts and Education Council of St. Louis, Mark Regester Art, Nina Needleman, The Fender Music Foundation and Fender Instruments, The Guitar Center Foundation, The Harry Chapin Foundation, The National Federation of Music Clubs, The Greater St. Louis Community Foundation, St. Louis Gives, D’Addario Music Foundation and The Film Music Foundation. Collaborative care from NAMM Foundation, Make Music Day, Play Music on the Porch Day, Earthdance Farm School, Play it Forward, Pokey LaFarge, Devon Allman, Native Sound Studios, Twangfest, New City School, Little Creek Nature Area, Ferguson/Florissant School District, St. Louis County Libraries, Ferguson Library, The Whistle Stop, C.A.M.P. and KDHX. Also thank you to individuals who have donated instruments to the project from their collections and the many St. Louis musicians who donated their talents to our recording collections, school visits and live performances.

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