AAM: Serving the Episcopal Church
It Is Finished!
Thanks to intensive effort by the AAM Board, and particularly Chancellor Bill Saviers, AAM is now a 501(c)(3) corporation, as of June 1, 2014. While not technically a merger, this represents a coming-together of AAM and the former Anglican Musicians Foundation. The mission and focus of AAM and the AMF are unchanged, but they can now pursue their goals in tandem, sharing the advantage of being a single, fully tax-deductible, not-for-profit organization.We are grateful to the Boards of AAM, and of the former Anglican Musicians Foundation, for their work toward this common goal over the past two years, and we look forward with great anticipation to the next chapter of our common work.
Your donations are welcome, and we encourage you to consider including AAM in your charitable giving and estate-planning.
Alan Lewis, AAM President; and David Shuler, AAM and Anglican Musicians Foundation Past-President