Instrument Donation Milwaukee

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Instrument Donation Milwaukee

Biennial Instrument Drive

Making a donation today will help students of all ages who are eager to learn, but unable to afford an instrument of their own to practice with on their musical journey. While our next drive is October 5, 2019, we are currently accepting instrument donations at our downtown Milwaukee location during our normal business hours.

Call (414) 276 – 5760 or email rfritz@wcmusic.org today.


Instruments Needed

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Strings

Acoustic Guitar / Cello (all sizes) / Classical Guitar / Double Bass / Electric Bass / Electric Guitar / Ukulele / Viola (all sizes) / Violin (all sizes)

Brass

Bassoon / Clarinet / Euphonium / Flute / French Horn / Oboe / Piccolo / Saxophone / Trombone / Trumpet / Tuba

Miscellaneous

Drum Set (complete) / Instrument Cleaning Supplies / New Instrument Cases

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Did You Know?

Since 2008, 80% of U.S. school districts have experienced funding cuts, leaving music students in dire need of your support.

 

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Instrument Repair Fund

Help each student achieve more with a quality instrument! Each donated instrument will require repairs before it is placed into the hands of its new owner. Necessary repairs are estimated at $125-150 per instrument. Your gift will directly support a child in need.

Donate To The Instrument Repair Fund


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More Ways to Give

Play Your Part Gala

In addition to freshly repaired instruments, your support provides need-based financial aid to Milwaukee-area students. Proceeds from our annual gala directly impact students in our community.

 

Play Your Part

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Thank You To Our Donors

Thanks to our generous Instrument Drive and Repair Fund Donors, instruments are now available at no cost for students who face financial barriers. If their primary instrument is unavailable, the student will be contacted about either receiving a different instrument or being placed on a waitlist until their requested instrument is available.

 

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