Boston Music Maker COVID-19 Fund

$149,216.25

Raised

Donations

$228,305

Goal

A fund to provide financial relief to music makers in the Boston area affected by lost revenue from gig cancellations related to COVID-19. Small grants of up to $200 will be made rapidly to applicants who demonstrate:

  • lost revenue from shows, festivals, and events canceled due to coronavirus/COVID-19
  • residency in Greater Boston as defined by The Boston Foundation's catchment area.

The Record Co. is administering the fund "on the house" and covering credit card fees so that 100% of contributions go directly to affected music makers and groups.


Update:

Applications to the Boston Music Maker COVID-19 Fund are closed as of April 30th, 2020. Thank you to the 1,000+ music makers who reached out and asked for support. We’re grateful to share we’ve been able to fund 757 applications so far and we’ll be leaving donations open indefinitely with a goal to fund every remaining eligible request.

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      The Record Co. is a federally exempt 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our FEIN is 27-123-8513 and no goods or services will be provided in exchange for your gift.

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      Run For Cover Records | $381.25

      inez | $50

      Where to send my Employer Matching Funds form? No political allowed.

      Madelyn | $104.15

      Kiley | $20

      Donating to the Boston music community in honor of my good friend and musical inspiration, Jack!!

      Anonymous | $50

      Here is some Love from watching the Jack Daniels Creators Cocktails Series

      Meraris | $52.23

      I'm so grateful a place like this exists in Boston. Keep up the great work! - Meraris Diaz

      Chloe | $50

      We need music. Thank you for helping Boston Music.

      Janet Hollander | $200

      In gratitude to Heath Marlow

      Janet Hollander | $150

      In honor of Amelia Hollander Ames

      Johnny Bickford | $205.86

      More funds raised through the MAY WE HELP LOCAL MUSIC STREAM-A-THON!

      Werner | $1,028.06

      Make music!

      Sheila and Drew

      We are thankful to have joined the inspiring MAY WE HELP Charity Stream-a-thon of Local Music. Thank you, local music makers, for being awesome.

      Cormac

      Seth “Electric Standard” Peterson | $411.41

      Through the generous ears, streams, and comments of all who participated in my MAY WE HELP Local Music — with special thanks to the additional contributions of the Bickford, Dunphy, and Woodward families — I am proud to report that we raised a total of $500 to support the artists who mean so much to all of us!

      ALICIA GARZA | $100

      Jonathan Wyner

      Ralph Jaccodine Management | $51.70

      Noah

      Good luck, and thank you!

      Jacob Martz | $205.86

      Arts Connect International | $100

      In acknowledgement of the timely and important work, and in thanks to Maria for joining us to share this work at #AES2020.

      Dj Backspin Entertainment | $100

      On behalf of DJ Backspin Entertainment I would like to donate towards The Record Co from a small DJ live stream fundraiser I put together this past Sunday. Thanks for your support & giving back to the community!

      Lee Adler and Lauren Kaufmann | $257.25

      Nicole St. Amand

      Margot Edwards | $103.08

      Susan | $500

      Thank you to all the Boston area musicians who have enriched my life over the years.

      Tanya Donelly | $400

      Linda Knipp | $100

      Blair is my niece and I’m honored to donate to this great cause! You’re amazing, Blair! We are all so proud of you! Love, Auntie Linda

      Boston Drum Lessons | $200

      Justin Francos | $15.89

      LLOMC Gratitude

      Mathew Helman | $37.69

      In recognition of the eventual pie to be smashed in Brendan Boogie's face.