THREE WAYS TO SUPPORT
At Boston Music Project, no child or family is ever turned away because of financial limitations. 56% of all program costs per child are subsidized by the organization and 46% of our students receive financial assistance.
Did you know, a gift of $9, once per month, can provide one child with an instrument rental for the entire year? Every dollar you give goes directly to our BMP Student Scholarship Fund.
Support Boston Music Project by shopping with our AmazonSmile account. Click here and set your supporting charity to "Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program." A percentage of any purchase goes directly to BMP.
3. Sponsorships and Corporate Matching
This year, our students will perform in nearly 30 performance and community events in the local Chinatown and Greater Boston community. Becoming a sponsor provides an opportunity for your gift to go directly towards a specific project such as our Chamber Music and Leadership program, or a performance and instrument petting zoo at the Boston Public Library.
Regarding corporate matching, many companies offer matching programs that double any contribution you make to non-profits like BMP. Ask if your company offers corporate matching or donation for volunteering your time to the program.programs that double any contribution you make to non-profits like BMP.
To learn more about our sponsorships, corporate matching and how your gift can truly have a lasting impact on our entire program, complete our form below and we will respond within 24 hours.
Let's Make A Change Together
Here are some ways you can support our work:
Send checks payable to:
Boston Music Project
P.O. Box 180722
Boston MA, 02118
Over the Phone
It's easy to donate offline too.
If interested in joining our substitute list, send a resume and cover letter to BMP Program Manager, Kathryn Pappalardo at
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
If you are interested in volunteering with JQOP, please send a message to our Executive Director, Christopher Schroeder at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love welcoming visitors, but please contact Mr. Schroeder in advance so our students and faculty can prepare.