Clearly, there are expenses involved in bringing Harmony Bridge to your community — to cover the cost of the Harmony Bridge library and the 3 days of on-site training to help ensure the longevity and success of the program. Seeking community support is the key — not only to cover the finances but to involve the community in the project itself. Harmony Bridge has a widespread impact in the community — for the students, the band program, the school, the school district, the senior population, and the sponsors. Everyone wins.
Those presently doing Harmony Bridge have received funding from:
*School Foundation or Community Foundation grants
*Service Clubs (e.g. Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis)
*School textbook funds
Just this past week we received this comment from one of our new school directors: "If you ever need me to give a testimonial about how easy the fundraising is for Harmony Bridge, I will be HAPPY to do that! I never would have believed this."
— Sarah Postgate, Trumansburg, NY
We want to help you be successful, so please contact us to assist you in grant writing or sponsor interaction.