Traveling Guitar Foundation

Rating: 4.85 stars   34 reviews


3587 Highway 9 N #433 Freehold NJ 07728 USA


The mission of the Traveling Guitar Foundation is to provide musical equipment, guitar clinics, and support for our communities’ music education programs. Since 2010, the Foundation has worked tirelessly to ensure that elementary, middle and high school students have access to high-quality musical instruments and comprehensive instruction to assist in their intellectual and social development.

Target demographics:

Inner city / underprivileged schools throughout the USA. Elementary, Middle and Highschool level. 8 - 17 years old

Direct beneficiaries per year:

2500 students in over 10 school systems

Geographic areas served:



Music Education Programs

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Rating: 5 stars  

I started out as a volunteer and now I am a member of the Board of Directors. Traveling Guitar Foundation is an AMAZING organization! We have encouraged so many kids, teens and young adults to develop their passion for music! Times are tough! The arts are getting cut from the schools due to financial constraints. Traveling Guitar is here to make sure that our youth have an outlet in music and to encourage them to pursue their dreams and develop their talents. I am HONORED to be a part of such an amazing organization!

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