Funeral Service Foundation Announces Broadcast Music Inc.
Brookfield, Wis. – The Funeral Service Foundation (FSF) is honored to announce that Broadcast Music Inc.(BMI) has committed to raise their Hand in Hand Honor Fund pledge in the amount of $10,000, bringing their total pledge amount to $125,000. FSF will receive $5,000 for each of the next two years. BMI instituted their original pledge in April 2003 and has remained a strong supporter of the Funeral Service Foundation.
“Thanks to partners like BMI, the foundation is able to sustain its mission into perpetuity through the Hand in Hand endowment fund,” Kathy Wisnefski, FSF executive director said.
“BMI is proud to support the Funeral Service Foundation, with whom we have enjoyed a long and close relationship. In recognition of the great work the FSF does to raise awareness through education and on behalf of the children who benefit, BMI is happy to contribute to the Hand in Hand Honor Fund,” affirmed Thomas Annastas, vice president of BMI Licensing.
About the Funeral Service Foundation
The Funeral Service Foundation, through grants, scholarships and research initiatives, supports career and professional development in funeral service, the advancement of funeral service and allied professions, public awareness and education, and the improvement of children’s lives. For more information, visit www.funeralservicefoundation.org.
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