THANK YOU to our JOMPATHON '16
Special Sponsor: Johnson String Instrument
THANK YOU to our Spring Gala 2015 Sponsors:
Catalogue for Philanthropy ~ A leading advocacy organization for philanthropy in Massachusetts, the cataloque highlights a new group of nonprofits every year in a growing database of information for donors and the general public. JOMP was featured in the 1998 and 2006 catalogues and continues to be included on their web site.
Central District MMEA - audition lists, calendars and more ~ A chapter of the Massachusets Music Teachers Association, this is the high-energy group that organizes the Central District Festivals for junior and senior high school students. You can find audition lists and much more on this site.
East Side Community Development Corporation ~ East Side CDC develops housing and provides programs in the East Side neighborhood where JOMP is located.
JOMP Reviews from Great Nonprofits ~ A nationwide site that offers reviews of nonprofits to provide information to potential clients, funders and other interested parties. There are over 50 reviews of JOMP on this web site.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation ~ The foundation strives to increase philanthropy and build vibrant communities throughout Central Mass. A long-term and significant funder of JOMP, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation partners with many donors and nonprofits to address community challenges.
Guidestar ~ A highly respected source of financial and program information on nonprofits nationwide, Guidestar publishes official 990 forms.
Massachusetts Cultural Council ~ The leading state agency for the arts, a significant funder of JOMP and many other arts groups for many years, and strong advocates for vital arts programs in the schools and communities throughout the state.
Music Worcester ~ The Worcester Music Festival is the oldest Music Festival in the United States and carries a rich history. Since 1858 it has been pre-eminent in presenting great performances by world-renowned orchestras and guest soloists, chamber music, ballet, world
music and dance, jazz and choral masterworks.
National Guild for Community Arts Education ~ JOMP has been a member of this professional association since our incorporation in 1991. Moving? Want to find out what's being offered in your new community - here's a great source for locating community arts organizations.
Web Site Hosting donated by Sherwood Web ~ Web designer extraordinaire, gifted photographer, terrific musician and amazing person.
Social Web - Worcester's Arts Calendar ~ Everything you need to know about what's happening in the arts in and around Worcester.
stART on the Street ~ Over 250 artists and crafters display their artwork in the center of Park Ave while local musicians and street performers perform throughout the afternoon. Come celebrate Worcester's rich cultural life!
WICN Radio: Jazz+ for New England broadcasting out of the Printers Building in downtown Worcester.
Worcester Arts Council ~ This nine member city board manages the Massachusetts Cultural Council funds that come to Worcester by awarding grants to individual artist and organization grants ~ a long-time funder of JOMP programs. The Worcester Arts Council produces the fabulous outdoor sculptor exhibit in Elm Park each year.
Worcester Cultural Coalition ~ Over 60 cultural nonprofits join together in this exciting coalition that promotes the arts and economic development in and around Worcester and Central Massachusetts. Do you WOO? This is the group that produces the discount card that gets you into a wide array of performances, exhibits, shows, classes, lectures and much much more.
WOO Card ~ Welcome to the WOO! The Worcester Cultural Coalition's WOO Card is a program designed to open the door to Worcester County's vibrant creative community! Card holders receive discounts and special offers for cool concerts, thought provoking theater, unique museums, great music, street festivals, outdoor adventures and more - throughout Worcester County, throughout the year! You can purchase a WOO card at JOMP.
Worcester Hills Recorder Society ~ Started by local recorder teachers, including many JOMP faculty members, in 1995, WHRS is a chapter of the American Recorder Society and has hosted monthly recorder playing sessions at Holy Cross College in the past. They currently meet quarterly in members' homes.