We know South Florida is full of ideas for bringing music to the community. Just see the recent PureHoney show at Propagandam which benefited Inspirit, a Lake Worth-based nonprofit that does just that. But if you have a particular plan in mind without an officially established organization to back you, no fear -- Good wants to give you $2,500 to realize your dream.
This could be anything from a benefit concert to music lessons and beyond, and you have till March 15 at noon (Pacific Time) to submit a proposal at the Music Maker challenge site here. Then, from March 15 to March 29, a public vote will determine the winner -- so, obviously, a social-media presence will help here.
Here are some tips for your proposal:
• Include a photo or video that represents your idea. For example: a logo, a photo related to your idea, or an inspirational video.
• Photos should be in JPG, PNG, or GIF format, at least 572 by 346 pixels, and no larger than 10MB.
• Write at least three to five sentences that explain how the $2,500 award would enable you to implement your idea.
• Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Check out the complete rules and regulations, as well as the competition so far, at the Good Fund Challenge Make Music site.
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