Schenker Documents Online is indebted to the following funding bodies for their support of the project thus far:

Arts & Humanities Research Council, Great Britain – grant to the University of Southampton and the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, for the third phase of the Schenker Documents Online project, covering the diaries and related correspondence October 1925 to September 1930 (£675,000)

Leverhulme Trust (UK) – grant to the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London for a custom-built web environment involving multi-component architecture (£121,000)

Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) (Austrian Government) – grants to the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Wien, for transcription, translation, and XML encoding of Schenker's diaries: (2011-13) 1918–25 (€250,000); (2014-18) 1912–14 and 1931–35 (€307,041); (2019-21) diaries 1915–19 (€389,684.94)

Music & Letters Trust (UK) – grant for purchase of high-definition TIFF scans of Schenker's diaries 1918–25 (£1,500), and a second grant for scans of the diaries 1930-35 (£1,500)

Music Analysis Development Fund (UK) – grant for professional translation of certain items (£950)

University of Cambridge Faculty of Music – seed money to launch project (£3,000)
– grant for originating music-notational images and embedding within documents (£2,500)