Meet The 2019 MusiCounts TD Community Music Program Recipients

Not all children have access to music education in school. In 2019 MusiCounts was thrilled to support 37 non-profit community organizations from coast-to-coast with a total of $500,000 worth of musical instruments and equipment via the MusiCounts TD Community Music Program. These instruments and equipment support a wide variety of organizations from hip-hop to concert band and are helping to ensure that all kids have access to music education.

Meet the recipients from your province or territory by clicking the arrows and viewing the images below.


2019 MusiCounts TD Community Music Program Recipient Photos:

Ptarmigan Arts Society in Pender Island, BC was able to enhance their instrument lending library with MusiCounts’ support.

Ptarmigan Arts Society – Pender Island, BC


The Battleford Boys & Girls Club in North Battleford, SK now offers guitar & ukulele lessons to youth, thanks to the instruments they received via MusiCounts.

Battleford Boys & Girls Club – North Battleford, SK


Strings Across the Sky in Parry Sound, ON helps rekindle & sustain the cultural tradition of Indigenous fiddle music, connecting children to their past & opening new ways of learning, and they look forward to growing their music program with the new MusiCounts instruments.

Jeunes musiciens du monde in Quebec City, QC provides free music lessons to at-risk youth in cities across Quebec, & the new MusiCounts instruments they received are helping them expand programming & reach more youth.

The Labrador Friendship Centre in Goose Bay, NL says: “It is inspiring to watch youth find themselves through music. MusiCounts is giving us the freedom to really build the SHIELD project and support Labradorians in ways that were never possible before.”

Shield Project, Labrador Friendship Centre – Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL