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Hi.  My name is Wesley, but I often go by my online persona Moustro.  As you may know, I am passionate about music education.  I have been a full time educator since 2004 and currently serve as project coordinator of FourFingerFrenzy -  a series of free ukulele classes held at public libraries through Virginia.  My wife and I simply want to serve our local community and we believe  the ukulele is as powerful of a tool as any to introduce music to young kids.  Ironically the costs, or offering a free program can be quite expensive.  We have purchased about 30 ukuleles with our own funds so we can go to different communities and allow students to use our instruments.  It's been a few years now, and our instruments are starting too need repairing and/or replacing.  Any financial contribution you can offer will greatly help our program stay active and allow us to reach more communities.  

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

First, thank you for visiting this page and showing interest in helping us expand our reach into more communities.  If you are looking to help, you can do so in one of two ways.  
1.  If you are local and have a quality ukulele that rarely gets used, we'd like you to consider donating it to our program.  The class size is simply limited by the number of ukuleles we have access to, and as of June 2018 we have approximately 32 working ukuleles.  We'd like to double our class sizes by the end of the year.  If you have one, please get in touch with us so we can put your generous donation to good use. 
2.  If you still want by contribute to our program, any financial gift will go towards the monthly recurring costs required to run a successful music program. The costs of replacing broken strings, repair warped fretboards, inviting guest artists, music stands, picks, printing costs, cables, markers, gas, prizes, certificates etc...  As our program grows, or expenses grow proportionally.  We are thrilled to give back to the community by donating our time and energy, but in order for us continue offering free classes, we simply cannot fund the program on our own.  
Our Goal:
We're asking for just 25 patreons to pledge just $5 so we can reach our goal of $100 to help bolster and revive our ukulele program.  Thank you so very much for considering giving to our program and I hope to see each of you at our next broadcast! - Moustro

KEEPING UP WITH THE PROGRAM:

You can always get the latest updates on our Facebook page.  We hope to hear from you soon!
Hi.  My name is Wesley, but I often go by my online persona Moustro.  As you may know, I am passionate about music education.  I have been a full time educator since 2004 and currently serve as project coordinator of FourFingerFrenzy -  a series of free ukulele classes held at public libraries through Virginia.  My wife and I simply want to serve our local community and we believe  the ukulele is as powerful of a tool as any to introduce music to young kids.  Ironically the costs, or offering a free program can be quite expensive.  We have purchased about 30 ukuleles with our own funds so we can go to different communities and allow students to use our instruments.  It's been a few years now, and our instruments are starting too need repairing and/or replacing.  Any financial contribution you can offer will greatly help our program stay active and allow us to reach more communities.  

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

First, thank you for visiting this page and showing interest in helping us expand our reach into more communities.  If you are looking to help, you can do so in one of two ways.  
1.  If you are local and have a quality ukulele that rarely gets used, we'd like you to consider donating it to our program.  The class size is simply limited by the number of ukuleles we have access to, and as of June 2018 we have approximately 32 working ukuleles.  We'd like to double our class sizes by the end of the year.  If you have one, please get in touch with us so we can put your generous donation to good use. 
2.  If you still want by contribute to our program, any financial gift will go towards the monthly recurring costs required to run a successful music program. The costs of replacing broken strings, repair warped fretboards, inviting guest artists, music stands, picks, printing costs, cables, markers, gas, prizes, certificates etc...  As our program grows, or expenses grow proportionally.  We are thrilled to give back to the community by donating our time and energy, but in order for us continue offering free classes, we simply cannot fund the program on our own.  
Our Goal:
We're asking for just 25 patreons to pledge just $5 so we can reach our goal of $100 to help bolster and revive our ukulele program.  Thank you so very much for considering giving to our program and I hope to see each of you at our next broadcast! - Moustro

KEEPING UP WITH THE PROGRAM:

You can always get the latest updates on our Facebook page.  We hope to hear from you soon!

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