Musicnotes Gives Back – Vote For Your Favorite Charity

In honor of Musicnotes’ 20 years, we want to bring attention to those who foster a love for music through education and outreach. Learn about three incredible music charities, and help us choose which will receive a donation of up to $5000 during the month of August.

Use the voting form below to nominate the charity of your choice, don’t forget to click “submit” so we can register your vote! Voting closes at 23:59 CDT on Aug 31st, 2018.

Musicnotes will donate a portion of $5000 to the three charities listed below and will distribute a percentage of the money based on the percentage of the votes acquired with no less than $500 going to a single charity.


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Give a Note

Give a Note brings together business leaders, policy makers and community activists to nurture music programs in schools around the United States. They help raise awareness of the importance of music education to nurture, grow and strengthen music education opportunities.

Music for Relief

Founded by the members of Linkin Park and funded by artist/musician partners, Music for Relief leverages music’s unifying power to bring relief in the wake of a disaster. They respond to natural disasters across the world providing immediate relief and funding long-term recovery with a focus on sustainability.

Hungry for Music

Hungry for Music has been extending the life-changing gift of music to communities in need since 1994. Their mission is to put quality musical instruments into the hands of children who would not otherwise have the opportunity. Hungry for Music has delivered more than 11,000 instruments to children in 49 states and 25 countries.

Thanks for taking part in our charitable efforts!

Don’t forget to stay tuned to our socials as we celebrate our 20th year with a month of special offers, opportunities, and giveaways to say thanks to you, the wonderful musicians who have helped us get where we are.

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