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Justin's "Hungry For Music"

Organized by: Justin Halstead

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THE STORY:

Hey guys. 

My name is Justin Halstead, and I love music! I live in the small town of Eaton, Ohio. I have a heart for music, and I want to give everyone a chance to enjoy playing music as much as I do. I plan on attending college at Colorado Christian University in the fall of 2015. I have a goal... Not so much of a money donation goal, but an instrument donation goal. You see, within this upcoming school year, I will be sending every instrument that I have had donated to me to this awesome organization called "Hungry For Music". This place is an organization out of Washington, D.C. who refurbishes used instruments and gives them to inner city schools and orphanages.

Sounds awesome, right?

The only issue is, I only have one electric guitar that I own to donate. That's where you guys come into play. If you see any inexpensive instruments at garage sales, or know of any friends who don't need theirs anymore, I will gladly take them. I essentially accept any instrument donation, except for pianos. I can also take any dollar donation to help purchase more instruments to donate. Anything helps. It doesn't matter if you donate one hundred dollars or one hundred pennies, because every penny counts.

The goal? 50 instruments. That's it. Trumpets, flutes, guitars, ukeleles, harmonicas, anything. If you would like to donate any money or instruments, message me on Facebook, email me at justinhalstead@hotmail.com, or text/call me at (937) 336-4203. Thank you so much for your help. :)

-Justin Halstead

 

Follow my fundraiser in instagram! @justinshungryformusic

 

This is the list of instruments donated so far:

Recorder (2)

Harmonica

Chanter

Bell Set

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