Bonnaroo Works Fund, the charitable arm of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has announced its annual grant distributions of more than $225,000 to over 30 organizations with an emphasis on Tennessee-based nonprofits.
“This year’s Bonnaroo Works Fund recipients are vital organizations, projects, programs and events that make communities stronger and healthier,” said Nina Miller, BWF executive director. “It’s extremely
gratifying to help these amazing organizations continue their invaluable contributions.”
The Bonnaroo Works Fund is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports organizations that advance the arts, education and environmental sustainability, with a focus on local reinvestment and asset building in the communities where “we work, live and play.” Since the inception of the festival, Bonnaroo and the BWF have awarded more than $7 million in funding to deserving organizations.
2017 GRANT RECIPIENTS
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee
Coffee County Board of Education
Coffee County Central High School
Coffee County Raider Academy
Coffee County Schools Family Resource Center
Country Music Foundation
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Grundy County School District (Refillable Water Stations)
Hands-On Science Center
Hickerson Elementary School
Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee
Land Trust for Tennessee
Little Kids Rock
Manchester Coffee County Conference Center
Manchester Municipal Arts Commission
Manchester Parks & Recreation
Metro Nashville Airport Authority (Arts at the Airport)
Music Makes Us/Nashville Public Education Foundation
Nashville Symphony Association
New Union Elementary School
Notes for Notes
Tennessee Performing Arts Center
The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park
The Joy of Music School
The Nashville Food Project, Inc.
Tullahoma City Schools
VH1 Save The Music Foundation
Youth Villages Inc.