500th Cash Grant To Public High School Through GRAMMY Signature School Community Award Program With Tori Kelly

The GRAMMY Foundation's GRAMMY Signature Schools Community Award program gave a $5,000 cash grant to Eleanor McMain Secondary School in New Orleans. The award commemorates the 500th grant provided by this national program since the initiative began in 2010. This event featured a special presentation with Goldman and Wick, and a performance by Kelly and Eleanor McMain students.

The GRAMMY Foundation established the GRAMMY Signature Schools Community Award as an extension of the GRAMMY Signature Schools program. These cash grants have been made possible through partnerships with Hot Topic, RBC Capital Markets, Brookfield Properties, Journeys, Converse, Les Paul Foundation, Best Buy, and Book of Mormon.

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