The Kate Schulte Foundation is dedicated to working with the community to present music of significance in furthering equal justice and to further music education opportunities. To this end, the Foundation has begun collaborating with TRANSIT ARTS, a program of Central Community House, Their master artists and youth participate in the annual Hot Times Kate Schulte Tribute.
In 2017, the Foundation collaborated with poetry entrepreneur Scott Woods to help him produce Holler: 30 Days of Columbus Black Art.
Kate was a tireless advocate for disability rights. In 2016, we added ASL interpretation to our programs. We are in the process of designing programs to make music more accessible to d/Deaf people as audience members and performers.