Foundation and government support enables MIM to further its mission by providing access and connecting audiences to:

  • Education programs that offer field trips, artist residency performances, workshops for students, early childhood music-and-movement courses, professional development for educators, life enrichment programs for people with memory loss, and more
  • Museum displays and exhibitions that span a broad range of music cultures and traditions throughout history
  • Capital improvements and expansion
  • Public programs that immerse guests in diverse musical cultures from around the globe as well as celebrate influential artists of the musical world
  • Concerts in a wide variety of musical genres representing emerging and established artists from every continent
  • General operating support applied to programs across departments, helping MIM deliver its mission to serve all audiences through the collection, exhibition, conservation, and interpretation of the world’s significant musical works and related objects

To learn more about funding opportunities, contact MIM’s Institutional Advancement Team at 480.478.6062 or

Thanks to generous grants from the following foundations and government agencies, MIM is able to engage audiences of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds in cultural and educational experiences as a means of fostering learning and creativity, nurturing appreciation for global cultures and music, and making positive change for individuals and the community.

Foundation and Government Supporters

Arizona Commission on the Arts
The Molly Blank Fund
Chamber Music America
The Charro Foundation
City of Phoenix, Office of Arts and Culture
Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

National Endowment for the Arts
The Revada Foundation of the Logan Family
Scottsdale Arts
Smithsonian Affiliates
Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation
Thunderbirds Charities
Hao and Michelle Wang Foundation