Jazz Non Profit Organizations
Our mission is to serve a diverse community by offering educational and culturally-enriching experiences through the transforming power of the arts.
Founded in 1996 by Larry Lee & a group of Jazz and Blues enthusiasts, the Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster a greater awareness and love for Jazz and Blues by exposing these great American art forms to the community-at-large and to the schools.
Our Mission Statement: The mission of the Gold Coast Jazz Society is to perpetuate and advance the cultural art form of jazz through performances, education and outreach activities.
Vision Statement: Gold Coast Jazz Society is recognized as a premier model for creating an innovative and effective arts organization with broad-based support for an interest in jazz and enhancing the quality of life in the community through engaging audience members, musicians and educators across cultures.
“HAGS”, the “Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo Society”, located in S. Florida was established in 1980. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Preservation & Encouragement of Traditional & Dixieland Jazz music.
South Florida JAZZ is a nonprofit cultural arts organization presenting live jazz concerts and educational programming under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
South Florida JAZZ (SFJ) was founded in 1991 by a cadre of Hollywood jazz-loving residents with the ambitious goal of expanding their municipal jazz festival into a national event featuring the finest jazz artists extant.
The Miami Jazz Cooperative (MJC) is a non-profit organization founded in 2010, dedicated to Jazz music and musicians in Miami-Dade county.
The “SJO” was created in 1986 by Jazz radio icon, Charles “China” Valles and a stellar band of Jazz aficionados and fans in Miami, Florida. The SJO promotes America’s indigenous, treasured musical art JAZZ through year-around concerts, workshops, cultural events, community outreach, and sponsored collaborations.