We are proud to announce that Ruth Ellen Jacobson, on behalf of Tocando Music Project, is a recipient of the Manhattan Institute’s 2020 Civil Society Awards.

Tocando and Ruth Ellen are 1 of 5 non-profits and their leaders selected from nearly 200 nominations from 37 states and 107 cities around the country. 

Each organization will be honored with a $25,000 prize at the annual Civil Society Awards event, which will be held virtually on October 29, 2020.

 About the Civil Society Awards: Based in New York City, the Manhattan Institute is a think tank whose mission is to develop and disseminate new ideas that foster greater economic choice and individual responsibility. For nearly 20 years, the institute has sought to support and advance America’s long tradition of civil society organizations and leaders who, with the help of volunteers and private philanthropy, address and prevent some of our nation’s most pressing public problems. Learn more about Manhattan Institute’s Tocqueville Project and Civil Society Awards program: Manhattan Institute 2020 Civil Society Awards  

Read the Manhattan Institute press release: FINAL – PR – Civil Society Awardee Announcement 2020

EPSO’s Tocando Music Project honored with Manhattan Institute’s prestigious 2020 Civic Society Awards

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