The AOSA Endowment Fund provides for AOSA’s longevity in two ways: by providing consistent funds each year to general operating and by providing a cushion in the event that AOSA must find emergency funding.
The Gunild Keetman Assistance Fund supports assistance for Orff Schulwerk teacher training, special studies, or creative projects for those who show financial need.
The International Outreach Fund provides partial funding of air transportation for qualified teacher educators who accept approved assignments in other countries.
The Research Fund gives financial assistance for research on the many aspects of music learning advocated by the Orff Schulwerk approach.
The Shields-Gillespie Scholarship Fund makes funds available to pre-school or kindergarten teachers of low-income populations for training, instruments, and other projects.
The Training and Projects (TAP) Fund provides assistance to teachers of low-income students for teacher training, equipment, outreach activities, or related projects.