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Cincinnati Parent
Parenting Magazine

Visit Cincinnati Parent Online

Sponsored by Cincinnati Parent

Cincinnati Parent (formerly All About Kids Parenting Magazine) is the local and national award-winning parenting magazine serving the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. Since 1985, we have been dedicated to promoting healthy families and positive parenting.


Buddy Roger's Music
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Sponsored by Buddy Roger's Music

Buddy Roger's Music is a strong advocate of music education and deeply committed to serving schools in the WGUC listening area. With three retail locations in Greater Cincinnati and an associate location in Dayton, the company specializes in the sale of band instruments, electronic keyboards, music software, guitars, amplifiers, sound reinforcement equipment, stage lighting, a full range of percussion instruments and all related accessories. They also deliver rental instruments and band products to many schools throughout the region. Additional services include repair facilities and private instruction on most instruments by qualified teachers in every store.


Charles H. Dater Foundation
www.daterfoundation.org

Sponsored by the Charles H. Dater Foundation

The Charles H. Dater Foundation preserves the memory and the philanthropic commitment of Charles Dater and his ancestors by making grants to non-profit organizations in the tri-state Greater Cincinnati area to carry out projects that benefit children and focus in the areas of arts/culture, education, healthcare, social services and other community needs.


Fine Arts Fund
www.fineartsfund.org

Sponsored by the Fine Arts Fund

The Fine Arts Fund, founded in 1927 as the Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts, enhances the value of the arts in Greater Cincinnati by providing financial and organizational support for the arts through its annual campaign, its endowment, and the Arts Services Office. Established as the first united arts fund in the country in 1949, the annual Fine Arts Fund campaign has raised more than $160 million since its inception.


The GE Foundation
www.gefoundation.com

Sponsored by the GE Fund

The philanthropic foundation of the General Electric Company invests in improving educational quality and access and in strengthening community organizations in GE communities around the world. All told, GE, the GE Foundation and GE employees and retirees contributed over $100 million to community and educational institutions last year.


Graeter's
www.graeters.com

Sponsored by Graeter's

Graeter's is proud to support music education through the Classics for Kids program. Graeter's has been producing its famous French Pot ice cream since 1870, making it one of the oldest continuously family-owned ice cream makers in the country. The founder's grandchildren and great grandsons still faithfully use the finest quality ingredients, trusted recipes and original methods of production in the Cincinnati manufacturing facility. In addition to ice cream, Graeter's product offering includes an extensive line of candy and bakery products sold throughout 12 stores in Cincinnati and 24 regional franchise stores in Columbus, Dayton, Northern Kentucky, Louisville and Lexington.


Greater Cincinnati Foundation
www.greatercincinnatifdn.org

Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation

GCF is a charitable organization that builds and preserves endowment funds, identifies opportunities to enhance the quality of community life, and responds with grants addressing six key areas: arts and culture, community progress, education, the environment, health, and human services. Formed in 1963, GCF provides philanthropic leadership to eight counties on the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana region.


The Marge and Charles J. Schott Foundation

Sponsored by Time Warner Cable

Marge Schott was a well-known Cincinnati philanthropist who was the owner of the Cincinnati Reds from 1985 to 1999. She passed away in March 2004, leaving the majority of her estate to the Marge and Charles J. Schott Foundation. The Foundation supports the programming of Classics for Kids as a reflection of Marge’s love of children and her desire to have them experience life to the fullest.


Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
www.mhjf.org

Sponsored by the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation

Providing grants "...to foster the development of individual capabilities of young people to the maximum extent through improving the quality of teaching in secular primary and secondary schools by furnishing incentives therto, and by such means as the Trustees, from time to time, shall determine."


Naxos of America Inc.
www.naxosusa.com

Naxos USA

Classics for Kids is grateful to Naxos of America Inc. for their cooperation and support for the Classics for Kids® Hear the Music website pages.


The Sutphin Family Foundation

Classics for Kids is grateful to The Sutphin Family Foundation for their cooperation and support of Classics for Kids®.


Time Warner Cable
www.twcinci.com

Sponsored by Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable, Cincinnati Division, is committed to making a difference through active participation in community-based education, adult literacy, arts, and social service initiatives. With philanthropic efforts focused on areas where the company's talents have the greatest impact, Time Warner Cable promotes volunteerism in its workforce, as well as the community, to address critical questions of public policy and find answers that benefit everyone.


Total Media Source
www.totalmediasource.com

Total Media Source

Classics for Kids thanks Total Media Source for designing and programming the Composer Time Machine, Compose Your Own Music and Rockin' Rhythm Master games.

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