Yes. We're a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization, supported by people like you. Click here to make a contribution, which is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Instruments in the Cloud received its first donation in January 2015.
Music programs also need dollars to cover maintenance and repair costs, and other costs associated with making sure every student can participate. Find a music program and donate dollars instead of a musical instrument.
No. Instruments in the Cloud is a free resource that helps teachers build support for new and growing music programs.
Please reach us via the help button in the lower right of each page. Please include as many details as possible, outlining the problem you're having. Instruments in the Cloud will get back to you within 24 hours.
Aw, thanks in advance! We would love to hear from you, because your support and ideas will help build an even more useful resource for schools and their students. Please contact us via the help button in the lower right and say "I have an Idea to Make Instruments in the Cloud Better"!
We don't facilitate the donation of pianos and organs, but we'd be glad to refer you to another nonprofit that might be able to help. Please reach out through the contact form on our website.
We encourage you to take the instrument to a repair shop before donating it. You can get these repairs addressed before donating, or you can donate dollars along with the instrument to help cover the repair costs. We're always happy to connect you to musical instrument repair technicians near you.
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Minnesota-based music education nonprofit Vega developed Instruments in the Cloud to help connect donors directly with classrooms in need.