Bob Moog Foundation
The Bob Moog Foundation is an independent, donor-driven 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which honors the legacy of synthesizer pioneer Bob Moog through its mission of igniting creativity at the intersection of music, history, science, and innovation. They are making a wonderful impact on the next generation of electronic musicians in three key ways:

Teaching Kids through Electronic Music
Through "Dr. Bob's SoundSchool" Student Outreach Program, the Bob Moog Foundation teaches kids about vibrations, sound waves, electricity as a generator for sound, circuitry and more. The feedback has been 100% positive — the kids love the experience and have fun while learning and the teachers love the valuable compliment to their science, math and arts curriculums. Dr. Bob's SoundSchool offers unique exposure for the children and opens their minds to science, music, creativity and innovation.
  MoogLab Education

Building the Moogseum
The Bob Moog Museum, or Moogseum, to be located in Asheville, NC is a planned state-of-the-art facility that will serve as the convergence of the Bob Moog Foundation's goals, merging music, science and innovation. The Moogseum, which will house Bob’s archive and serve as an educational, historical and cultural resource for Western North Carolina and the wider international music and science communities.

Preserving Dr. Moog's Archives
The Bob Moog Archive, an extensive, historically rich and culturally significant body of materials, represents 50 years of pioneering efforts and offers a fascinating glimpse into Bob's work, thoughts and impact. The materials include vintage instruments, breadboard prototypes, photos, writings, project notes, analog tapes, designs and ideas. The Foundation is committed to preserving and sharing the information in this archive for generations to come.
  Bob Moog Archives