Gibson Gives Donates $ 300,000 to Nashville School Music Programs



Gibson Gives announced a donation of $ 300,000 to Metro Nashville Public Schools and Music makes us for the benefit of music programs and students in the region.

Music Makes Us – an organization that partners Nashville schools and their music programs with the local community – will distribute Gibson’s donation of guitars and other music equipment through the Nashville School District Music Education Programs.

The donation includes electric guitars, acoustic guitars and Gibson bass guitars, 36 amplifiers, 1,700 pairs of guitar strings and 116 guitar stands. The donation also includes 1,000 PPE masks for students and teachers.

John Overton High School student in Nashville plays an Epiphone acoustic guitar donated by Gibson

(Image credit: Gibson)

“Gibson Gives’ extremely generous donation to Metro Nashville Public Schools and Music Makes Us will make a huge difference to our guitar students and teachers across Nashville and Davidson County as they love being back in classrooms. and on stage together, ”said the principal of Nashville schools. , Dr. Adrienne Battle, in a press release.

“Thanks to Gibson Gives for once again sharing the gift of music with our schools.”

“Part of Gibson Gives’ mission is to support music education,” added Gibson Gives Executive Director Dendy Jarrett. Music Brings Us Life Nashville Public Schools is a fantastic program that bridges the gap between federal funds and the music needs of schools. We are proud to support them right here in our hometown of Nashville. “

The move follows a similar donation by Gibson Gives of two dozen acoustic guitars to a high school in Bozeman, Montana (the headquarters of the company’s acoustics division) last September.

For more information on Gibson Gives, stop by Gibson Foundation.


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