Nonprofit Management Institute

"It's great to connect with other like-minded organizations as well as NAMM members who are all working together for advocacy of music education." - Chiho Feindler, Director of Grants and Compliance with VH1 Save the Music Foundation
Nonprofit Management Institute at The NAMM Show

The 2022 NAMM Show

January 20-23, 2022
Anaheim, California

Nonprofit Management Institute at The NAMM Show

The Nonprofit Management Institute provides organizations resources to grow and succeed. The program provides a certificate of completion to partner and grantee organizations, as well as to music and arts education nonprofits that complete the series. Certifications are sent mid-April.

Who Participates

  • Music and arts education nonprofit organizations
  • NAMM Foundation Partners
  • NAMM Foundation Grantees

Benefits of Attending

Discover the many opportunities to equip yourself with the latest industry trends, products and tools relevant to today's music and arts nonprofit organizations. 

  • Experience the reunion of the century
  • Access thousands of brands
  • Explore educational sessions
  • Connect with your community at networking events, awards shows and more
  • Experience hundreds of concerts & performances
  • Be part a historic gathering to get our industry moving forward together again
  • Help enable a future filled with more music
  • Enjoy all the attractions around Southern California 

Registration & Housing

Registration and housing opens fall of 2021.

Questions?

Contact Jessica Cortez.

Believe in Music Week

Week of January 18, 2021
Online

Believe in Music Week, a virtual event and global gathering, unified and supported people who bring music to the world. 

Watch On Demand

Resources

 Watch on-demand content from previous Nonprofit Management Institute sessions. 

Listen to audio recordings from education sessions: 2020 NAMM Show | 2019 NAMM Show

Listen to Podcasts?

Talking Up Music Education is a podcast of The NAMM Foundation. The episodes below feature music nonprofits and NAMM Foundation Partners/Grantees.

 Guest: Joshua Simonds, Executive Director of the Percussive Arts Society

Guest: Arabian Prince, co-founder of N.W.A. and his philanthropic project, Open Labs.

Guest: David Dik, National Executive Director of Young Audiences Arts for Learning

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