Philip and Irene Toll Gage Foundation: Grants for Music

OVERVIEW: The Philp and Irene Toll Gage Foundation’s music related grants tend to support formal organizations abroad rather than those based in the United States.

IP TAKE: This funder tends to support the same organizations year after year. This may make it difficult for new grantseekers to obtain funding.

PROFILE: The Philip and Irene Toll Gage Foundation is an Atlanta, Georgia based nonprofit established in 1985. While the foundation has existed for decades, it lacks transparency and does not operate a website or have full-time staff. The foundation does not indicate specific areas of grantmaking interest; however, tax filings indicate a funding interest in visual arts, global development, children and music.

In the music space, the foundation appears to broadly support formal music organizations in the United States and abroad. Past grantees include the Association Musique de Chambre, which received a grant for general operating support; and the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic orchestra, which also received an award for general operating support.

Grants from the Philip and Irene Toll Gage Foundation are modest in size, often ranging from $5,000 to $15,000. The foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications or requests for funding.


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Philip and Irene Toll Gage Foundation

3414 Peachtree Rd. NE, STE 722

Atlanta, Georgia 30326