MusiCounts is Canada's music education charity associated with The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and The JUNO Awards. At MusiCounts, we believe in building accessible and sustainable music education programs in schools and communities across the country.
MusiCounts TD Community Music Program
The MusiCounts TD Community Music Program provides not-for-profit organizations with grants of up to $25,000 in instruments, equipment, and resources to support music education programs at the community level.
MusiCounts Accelerate Scholarship
This annual scholarship program will help accelerate the careers of 4-6 aspiring music professionals who are nearing the completion of their post-secondary studies in music. Through a financial award and an intensive mentorship and networking experience, this scholarship will have a significant and long-lasting impact on the lives of young people who are on track to get started in the music industry.
MusiCounts Amplify Scholarship
This new scholarship program will help amplify the aspirations of 15-18 year olds with an interest in pursuing a career path in music. Through a financial award and unique mentorship opportunities, the MusiCounts Amplify Scholarship will equip students with the resources and connections they need to take their passion for music to the next level.
MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award
The MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award (MTOY) was established in 2005 to recognize and honour an exceptional Canadian music teacher each year. This award is generously presented by the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation.
MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassador Award
The MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassador Award, presented by the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation recognizes an individual who has had an extraordinary impact on education and the charity over the course of its history.