Foundation / Corporation
ACM Lifting Lives
Grants of up to $10,000 to USA nonprofit organizations and individuals for emotional and mental support initiatives. Funding is intended to provide assistance to individuals in the music industry. Funding is intended for music therapy, direct health services, and the purchase and repair of equipment and instruments used in music therapy programs. Eligible applicants include mental health organizations, as well as individuals in the country music industry experiencing an unforeseen emergency financial hardship and who are struggling with mental health issues.
With the submission window opening tied to May’s identity as Mental Health Awareness Month, the 2022-2023 grant cycle moves ACM Lifting Lives’ landmark COVID-19 Response Fund into its next phase, answering the call and furthering support of the Country Music industry, particularly acute post-pandemic.
ACM Lifting Lives harnesses the power of the Country Music community and partners to provide aid in times of need, with a focus on health-related initiatives. The Fund will now move into the next phase of its work, to assist individuals in need of emotional support and mental health care, as well as the organizations that provide these essential direct services.
GrantWatch ID#: 175928
Grant amounts generally range from $5,000 to $10,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Application for individuals: https://acmcountry.formstack.com/forms/individualgrantcycle22
Application for organizations: https://acmcountry.formstack.com/forms/grantcycle2022
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If you prefer to mail in your application, send it to the below address:
ACM Lifting Lives
P.O. Box 682509
Franklin, TN 37068
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