Music for All Digital Ball

Even though we were unable to meet in person this April, Rock to the Future supporters still rocked at the Music for All Digital Ball!  200 supporters joined us from the comfort of their homes for a video extravaganza, featuring videos from Rock to the Future students, alumni, supporters, and staff, as well as taped performances by Philly musicians. Thank you for joining us to celebrate 10 years of music education with Rock to the Future!

Every kid deserves to rock!

Thank you for helping us meet our $8,000 matching gifts, generously donated by two of our corporate sponsors! MOR Wealth Management provided a $3,000 match and FS Investments provided a $5,000 match to support our free music programs. Thanks to their matches and your gifts, we have raised over $17,100 for music education so far!

Your gift supports music education in Philly. All donations help youth rock on stage and in life (and are tax deductible as allowable by law). EIN: 27-2497163
Donate online, or you can mail us a donation at:
Rock to the Future 1201 North 3rd St. #283 Philadelphia, PA 19122

Bid on Silent Auction items like Todd Rundgren signed merch or a $250 Target gift card.
To bid in the silent auction, you need to register: Register Here.
The auction ends at 10pm on April 30th. You can check in on your bids, or place your high bid now and the system will keep raising your bid for you.

Enter a Raffle for a chance to win prizes like a $50 gift card to Sprouts Market and My Chemical Romance box seats.
The raffle ends at 10pm on April 30th.

Watch the video!

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With performances by: Pianist Barron Lacy, Namarah, Frances Quinlan, Victoria Watts, Slingshot Dakota, Jacob Waters, Cameron DeWhitt, and Rock to the Future students past and present!

Your gift towards the Music for All Digital Ball helps us provide music programs for Philadelphia youth. Our free programs help students of all skill levels, from total beginners to rock stars, learn life skills through music. With programs in schools, after school, over the summer, and now online, Rock to the Future helps all Philly students to succeed on every stage.

New charitable donation tax deduction guidelines from the CARES act:
If you take the standard deduction (not itemized), you can claim up to $300 of charitable deductions in 2020, on top of the standard deduction. For 2020, the 60% adjusted gross income limitation on cash contributions to Rock to the Future (as a 501c3 nonprofit) is suspended for 2020.

For questions or concerns about your donation, please contact Alison Cornell: or 215-302-9633 x740