Phish.net: Legal Stuff
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Phish.net, operating continuously since 1994, is a project of The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc., a New York not for profit corporation and 501(c)(3) public charity formed and operated by Phish fan volunteers principally to raise funds for music education. The Foundation is independent of the band Phish and the band’s WaterWheel Foundation (and any other charity the band may support). It is managed by a Board of Directors, presently comprised of fourteen unpaid members. The Foundation is run entirely by volunteers, and it has no paid staff or physical offices.
The Foundation’s principal purposes are to archive and distribute information about Phish’s music and performances, and to donate proceeds from this and other fundraising activities for the benefit of music education programs for (typically underprivileged) children and young adults. As of 2016, the Foundation’s 20th anniversary, it has raised more than one million dollars and distributed that amount in more than 285 grants in 47 states.
More information on the Foundation is available at our sister website <https://mbird.org
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