Wishing James good luck with his new guitar

Wishing James good luck with his new guitar

We're pleased that the Music for All charity has found another home for one of the recently donated Faith Guitars. 

James Allen had played guitar since his teenage years, with it being a big part of his life. But now living with a complex form of epilepsy, his life was turned upside down when his assistance payments were changed. This change forced him to sell his beloved guitar. 

Thankfully, James reached out to Music for All to ask for assistance in obtaining another guitar, and they were pleased to oblige. And we're pleased they did. 

Good luck James. 

About the 'Music For All' charity 

Pretty much all of the small Music For All team are musicians, involved in the musical instrument industry or both. So they really know first-hand what an amazing effect making music can have on people’s lives. They see everybody from disadvantaged young people blossoming at school through to older adults discovering music, sometimes for the first time, much later on in life.

In the view of the team at Music For All, EVERYONE should have the opportunity to learn to play music. Sadly, many people are not fortunate enough to have access to musical instruments or ways to help them to learn and discover. This is where the charity comes in.

The charity has minimal overheads and administration costs, so you can rest assured that every pound raised goes into helping people to fulfil their musical dreams. The charity are lucky to be recipients of individual instrument donations from the general public, and also have the generous support of organisations from within the musical instrument industry such as the MIA (UK) and the NAMM Foundation (US). This gives the charity even greater scope to support individuals and community projects across the UK.

Find out more about Music for All. 

Apply for Music For All funding. 

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