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Music Therapy Grant Program Announced for Puget Sound Area

August 13, 2014 11:47 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

The Wilson Trust Music Therapy Project releases a Program Announcement: Clinician Small Grants.

Silver Spring, MD  - August 13, 2014 -

As part of The Wilson Trust Music Therapy Project (WTMTP), the American Music Therapy Association is pleased to announce a Program Announcement: Clinician Small Grants. The purpose of this Program Announcement is to improve music therapy service availability and accessibility in the Puget Sound region of Washington. This program provides small grant funding and is open to music therapists residing in the Puget Sound region who are AMTA members in good standing in 2014 and 2015.

WTMTP is a project of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and consists of a $400,000 dollar legacy gift thanks to the generosity of the Eleanor and Raymond Wilson Charitable Trust.  Mrs. Wilson lived a long and fruitful life in the Puget Sound region of Washington and actively supported music and environmental causes.  AMTA received this gift for the express purpose of growing sustainable music therapy services in the Puget Sound region.  

The WTMTP is a project of the American Music Therapy Association.

Contact:

Barbara A. Else, MPA, LCAT, MT-BC

Project Director, WTMTP

AMTA Special Projects, Consultant

info@musictherapy.org

301-589-3300

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