KEEPING THE BLUES ALIVE LAUNCHES “7 DAYS OF GIVING” WITH A SPECIALTY AUCTION
ALL PRODUCTS FROM MUSIC COLLECTIBLE ONE-TIME PURCHASES SUPPORT MUSIC PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS
DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, Nov. 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation (KTBA) is a proud supporter of GivingTuesday, a global day to give back to the causes you care about. To celebrate 10 years of the program, KTBA has created a “7 Days of Giving” auction with unique items available for seven days, from November 22 through GivingTuesday on November 29, 2022.
Donors can start bidding from this collection of specially selected items from TODAY. They will have the opportunity to purchase unique collectibles such as signed guitars, rare prints, lithographs and an extensive pin collection, all to benefit music programs across the country. See the articles HERE.
Items for auction include:
One of a kind Joe Bonamassa metal print signed by Joe Bonamassa
Collection of rare brooches which includes 147 TOTAL brooches including 49 limited edition brooches and 40 SOLD OUT brooches
Two different guitars signed by Joe Bonamassa, Buddy Guy, Peter Frampton, Tommy Emmanuel, and more!
Autographed 2022 Terry Reid Custom Paoletti Guitar
The New Golden Age of Gibson Guitar Series Hatch Prints
Collector’s lithograph + two tickets for a Joe Bonamassa show
Since its inception in 2011, KTBA has been able to fund music programs and initiatives that have impacted the lives of over 70,000 students in all 50 states. We’ve done this by making weekly donations to music projects in schools, as well as funding merit-based scholarships and after-school programs across the country.
About keeping the blues alive
Keep the blues alive® Foundation (KTBA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by three-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock artist Joe Bonamassa. Our mission is to fuel the passion for music in younger generations by funding projects and scholarships to provide students and teachers with the resources and tools to pursue their music education.
In 2020, KTBA took its mission further by creating the Fueling Musicians program. This program was created as an emergency relief plan for touring musicians impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. By providing financial assistance for essential living expenses, the Fueling Musicians program aims to help struggling musicians get back on the road safely. To date, we’ve helped over 300 musicians with immediate cash payments of $1,500. KTBA plans to make the Fueling Musicians program a permanent part of the organization to help struggling musicians get back on their feet and hit the road!
With donations of nearly $1.5 million total from fundraisers, merchandise sales and more, the Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation has been able to help keep music education thriving. !
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