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SAI Philanthropies Inc when it was created.
1974 as tax-exempt, non-profit organization
SAI Philanthropies Inc mission:
it to promote all aspects of music creation, performance and scholarship and encourage for and through music on the campus, in the community, in the nation, and throughout the world.
The fraternity journal, issued quarterly is called
Pan Pipes
Benefits for Members and Non-Members: Impact project grants
Impact project grants - These grants are aqarded to college and university music departments in support of major projects with will have impact beyond the confines of the campus, and which will be carried out jointly with the resident SAI chapter or a group of chapters within the region.
Benefits for Members and Non-Members: Music Therapy Grants
Music Therapy Grants- for projects dealing specifically with the field of Music Therapy. Such projects are under the supervision of the Music Therapy Project Director.
Benefits for Members and Non-Members: General Grants
General Grants for projects in any appropriate area of music outreach.
Benefits for Members and Non-Members: Strings Grants
Strings Grants for projects dealing specifically with the promotion of strings. Such projects are under the supervision of the SAI Strings Project Director.
Philanthropic projects that benefit individual members: kenndy center internship
Kennedy center internship - available to juniors, seniors and recent graduates planning careers in performing arts management and/or arts aducation. Internships are full-time three-month assignments for which there is a monthly stipend. Selections are made on the basis of written applications.
Philanthropic projects that benefit individual members: Career Performance Grant
Career Performance Grant -
Philanthropic projects that benefit individual members: Hazel E. Ritchey Loan Fund
Hazel E. Ritchey Loan Fund - founded in 1927, this fund was subsequently named for the national President under whom it was created. It provides loans for members in need of financial assistance to complete a graduate or undergraduate degree in music, to purchase an instrument: for study at a summer music festival in the US or abroad; and for special applied music lessons or coaching.
Philanthropic projects that benefit non-members: Composers Beuro
Composers Bureau - In support of the Fraternity's long-time commitment to American music, the winter issue of Pan Pipes premieres and performances of this country;s foremost composers. Sponsored and supported by Sigma Alpha Iota Philanthropies, Inc., this annual publication is an important resource for scholars and those interested in discovering new music for performance.
Philanthropic projects that benefit non-members:
People to People
This activity provides material assistance and encouragement to schools, music organizations and musicians in developing countries in many parts of the world.
Philanthropic projects that benefit non-members:
Inter-American Muisc Awards
Triannual composition competion est.1948. It's open to composers residing in North & Central America w/ no age limit.
Describe SAI's association with the MacDowell Colony
1916 SAI raised the neccessary funds to bulid-Pan's Cottage on MacDowell Dolony through contrabutions from SAI chapters & individual members all across the country have bulit an endownment fund to assure this obligation will continue to be met in perpetunity.