Help Us Inspire the Next Generation
Your gift to the KPA “20-to-20 Campaign" will ensure that Kid Pan Alley can continue bringing the power of songwriting and creative collaboration to kids of all ages for the next 20 years and beyond!
Donate via PayPal below before the end of 2019 and your gift will be matched by the Kid Pan Alley Board of Directors!
Your gift will help sponsor:
- $25: 1 child for a week of KPA songwriting
- $50: 2 children for a week of KPA songwriting
- $100: 4 children for a week of KPA songwriting
- $250: 10 children for a week of KPA songwriting
- $500: Sponsor a class (20 children) for a week of KPA songwriting
- Name your amount
Or send a check:
Kid Pan Alley
PO Box 38
Washington, VA 22747-0038
All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Kid Pan Alley is a nonprofit arts education organization (FEIN 20-1609731). We raise money each year to offer residencies at a reduced price to schools. If you’d like to help Kid Pan Alley continue encouraging creativity in learning, building self-esteem, and teaching teamwork through its songwriting workshops and character development assemblies, please make a donation. If you'd like to direct your donation to support a specific school or program, please send us an email email@example.com.
Kid Pan Alley receives generous financial support from the National Endowment for the Arts, Shenandoah National Park Trust, William & Mary Greve Foundation, Paul Reisler & Cheryl Toth, Jacquemin Family Foundation, US Bank, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Universal Audio, Jesse and Rose Loeb Foundation, Russell Family Foundation, LEAW Family Foundation, ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund, Bama Works Fund of the Dave Matthews Band, Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, Rex Foundation, Rappahannock Assoc. for Arts in the Community, Phillip Hughes Foundation, Betsy Dalgliesh, DC Rotary Club, Virginia Commission for the Arts, Bob & Marianne Clyde, DC Jaycees, Louden Family Foundation, Miller Fund, Mountain Laurel Foundation, Nina & Colby May, Barbara Heller, Gerry Douglas, McCready Trust, and many schools, parent/teacher organizations, and individual donors.