Public schools in New Hampshire serving grades K-12.
The David M. Brooks Music Fund supports music education in New Hampshire’s public schools. Brooks, of Bedford, was a U.S. Army veteran who had worked in the printing industry — and who loved music. He left a bequest in his will to create the fund in perpetuity for the teaching of light classical music and voice in New Hampshire primary and secondary schools.
Application and grant process
Carefully review the information above. Grants will be made through the school’s administrative unit (SAU). If you have additional questions about this grant program, please contact Gale Dean at 800‐464‐6641 ext 2201 or Gale.Dean@nhcf.org.
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Complete and submit the online application.
GrantSource will begin accepting applications Friday, December 15, 2017. The application deadline is Friday, January 19, 2018, 5:00 pm Eastern time.
Award decisions will be announced in February/March. Grants will be made through the school’s administrative unit (SAU).
Publicize your grant.
If you are awarded funding and you’d like to share the good news, please refer to our grantee press kit.
At the end of your grant period, you will be required to complete a final report through GrantSource. Applicants who do not submit a final grant report will not be considered for future funding.