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Donate Used Musical Instruments

Original post made by Ryan Young, Old Palo Alto, on Mar 4, 2012

Is your child's old cello sitting in the corner, unused? Have your son outgrown your guitar? Is your daughter's recorder from elementary school still in her room? Donate your used instruments to the non-profit Music in Schools Today [MuST] and give other kids on the Peninsula a chance to learn and play music! MuST provides music-in-education programs and donated musical instruments to Bay Area schools and community centers in need. All donations are tax deductible.
Donation Drive Dates: March 1-April 15
Drop Off Points: 1] Stanford Shopping Center Concierge Office, 2] Peninsula Music and Repair, Palo Alto, 3] Woodside Priory School, Portola Valley. For instrument pick-up or additional information, contact ryan@ryanyoung.com.

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