Friends of Music runs several fundraisers throughout the year to fund scholarships, instruments, uniforms, transportation and much more.
Friends of Music runs a large parking lot at the Marshfield Fair for 10 days every August. Fair Parking is an important source of revenue for Friends of Music and a terrific opportunity for students and their parents to earn money for their student music accounts. Sign-ups for Fair Parking shifts begin in June with online shift requests right here on the FOM web site.
Our annual Pops Concert featuring the high school performing groups and Pops-style seating raises money for music scholarships.
Taste of the Town & Silent Auction
One of our biggest fundraising events of the year! "A Taste of the Town" features menu samplings from more than a dozen local restaurants, beer and wine tastings, and a colossal silent auction.
An adult evening of fun, food and surprises. Only 100 tickets sold - Every 10th ticket number drawn is a winner! $1,500.00 grand prize.
Fall Bulb Sale
Selling flower bulbs during the fall planting season is a great way for students to earn money for their music accounts.
Annual mailing to families and businesses offering membership and sponsorship opportunities. Donors may direct a portion of their contribution to a particular student's music account.
The Calendar Raffle raises money to help participating students' earn for their music accounts, which they can use to pay music-related expenses.
Holiday Wreath Sale
The Holiday Wreath Sale is a great way for students to earn money for their music accounts and for families to get some early holiday shopping done.
Pizza Pizza. Get your Little Caesar's pizza kits, Crazy Bread and other products from that persistent little musician that won't get off your doorstep until you buy something. Proceeds offset the cost of the annual Great East Music Festival fees for middle school students.
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