Give Them Music
A child’s musical journey can begin with you.
Since 2017, Milwaukee residents have donated hundreds of no longer played instruments from their closets, attics, and basements.
A trumpet played in WWII Trinidad…
A sax from the ‘64 World’s Fair…
A granddaughter’s first flute…
These once-cherished, now-worn instruments require repairs before gaining new life in the hands of children. By making a gift to the WCM Instrument Repair Fund, you have the power to shape a musical journey.
Your donation helps students in greater Milwaukee
Donated instruments, like cars, need tune-ups
Nick Miller plucks a donated, vintage saxophone from its musty case, and gets excited when he spots the fancy engraving on the instrument’s bell. “That’s cool man!”
From One Repaired Harp, Many Cultures Can Unite
Music is more than just beauty. It’s the lifeblood of her culture. Mekdes isn’t interested in instruments found in school band. She wants a harp, and vividly remembers the first time she heard it.