White House of Music Foundation logo. Make Music for Life Possible.
White House of Music Foundation logo. Make Music for Life Possible.

Non-Profit for Music Education and Music Lessons

Making Music For Life Possible!

In 1953, White House of Music made a commitment to provide “Music For Life” to students, musicians, educators, and families throughout Wisconsin. We believe that all people – regardless of location, income, or other limitations – should have the opportunity to create, love, and be inspired by music! That’s why we created the White House of Music Foundation…allowing all interested children to receive the tools and support they need to make Music for Life!

You too can get involved in the Foundation through:

  • Financial contribution
  • Donation of new and used band and orchestra instruments
  • Providing musical opportunities for young people

Our Foundation is just one more way we demonstrate our Philosophy.

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Programs and Offerings of the White House of Music Foundation, Inc.

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Studies continuously show that exposure to the arts has a positive effect on young people, especially those at risk. From higher test scores in science and writing, to higher grade point averages and college enrollment, arts-engaged students are proof that music matters!

Students playing the trumpet and French horn


White House of Music Foundation provides the following opportunities for young music students who may not otherwise be able to participate in music.

  • Loaner music instruments
  • Scholarships for music lessons
  • Scholarships music camps
Trumpets being held during a parade


To be eligible to receive an instrument on loan or scholarship monies from the Foundation, applicants must:

  • Be between the ages of 5 – 18
  • Be enrolled in a licensed K-12 public, private or parochial school in the state of Wisconsin
  • Collect the signatures of the student’s parent/guardian, school music teacher, AND one school administrator
Violin in a case

Tax Deductible Donations

The Foundation is supported entirely by voluntary donations from patrons and community members who believe that all children should have the opportunity to experience making music. Tax-deductible donations may include:

  • Financial contributions
  • Donations of new and used instruments or music equipment

Get Involved With the Foundation

Make a Donation by Credit Card

Make a Donation by Check

Apply for an Instrument Loan

Apply for a Scholarship