The purpose of this drive is to place musical instruments in the hands of our school children and to assist budget diminished schools to make positive differences in the lives of so many deserving young people.

 

Please help the Columbus Music Commission make this a major success for Columbus City Schools.

Learn How to Help

How to Help

 We need gently used or new instruments only, as well as amplifiers, strings, electric keyboards and other good accessories.
  • Drop-off dates: August 29-30 and September 5-6 (for additional dates see list of drop-offs)
  • Drop off at any of our 11 fully-compliant no-contact curbside locations
  • Your name will be inscribed on our website’s Hall of Heroes honor roll
  • All donations are tax deductible
  • Use the hashtag #giftofmusic to promote on social media
  • If you don’t have an instrument, you can donate via our GoFundMe page

Drop-Off Locations

Music Go Round Gahana

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 29th
  • August 30th
  • September 5th
  • September 6th

Music Go Round Bethel

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 29th
  • August 30th
  • September 5th
  • September 6th

CD102.5

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 29th
  • August 30th
  • September 5th
  • September 6th

WCBE

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 24th thru September 6th

Vaughan

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • 8/30 12-5PM

Shadowbox Theatre

Drop Off Location Dates:

August 29th

Ricart

Drop Off Location Dates:

Septmber 4th

September 5th

Convention Center

Drop Off Location Dates:

8/27-29 (10AM-6PM)

Bring donations to the Nationwide Blvd. Entrance Loop (across from Sensenbrenner Park)

Harmony Project

Drop Off Location Dates:

8/28-29

What? Productions

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 29th
  • August 30th
  • September 5th
  • September 6th

Easton

Drop Off Location Dates:

  • August 29th

FAQ

 Q: Is my donation tax deductible?
A: Yes. You will receive a receipt when you donate as well as a confirmation letter after the drive is complete. If you feel your donation has a value of $500 or more, you should contact your tax advisor about IRS tax Form 8283 for non-cash donations.
Q: Will social distancing and safety be practiced?
A: Yes! Drop-offs are curbside and no-contact.
Q: Who will be the recipients of the donated instruments?
A: Columbus City Public Schools and after school programs.
Q: I don’t have any spare instruments; how can I help?
A: You can donate to our Gofundme account below! 
Q: Will you accept instruments in need of repair?
A: Instruments that require simple repairs like broken guitar strings, broken drum heads, and horns in need of new pads are fine. We also need amplifiers, reeds, saxophone and guitar straps.

Our Partners

For more information about the Columbus Music Commission, visit musiccolumbus.com or contact us at info@musiccolumbus.com

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