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Donate Musical Instruments (Montreal)


Your donation of a guitar can help change the life of a veteran in need.

Do you have an extra guitar that hasn’t been played as much as it should? Please consider donating it to Guitars for Vets, where it will be recruited to play a lead role in the music rehabilitation programming for a veteran who needs it most.

Drop-off locations: Guitars can be dropped off at any Long and McQuade music store across the country. See here for more information:


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  1. I have a honer student II accordion which I would like to donate. Would you be able to ensure it would be appropriately donated to a student in need?

  2. Used Ludwig piano to donate, as long as you pickup.

    Thank you.

    In D.D.O.

    • Hi Allan, sorry for the delay. I don’t have a charity I can suggest in Montreal at this time. But you may want to try emailing the Heart of the City Piano Program Email: [email protected] I understand that they are a volunteer run organization that helps provide piano lessons “The Heart of the City Piano Program (HCPP) strives to enhance the lives of and learning opportunities for at-risk youth through musical education.” http://heartofthecity.ca

  3. We have string instruments to donate who is interested in them in the Montreal region.

  4. Hello, My name is isabel.
    I have two guitars, a piano and 2 amplifiers that I would like to donate, I’m in Montreal and I leave August 17th so I have to find a home for them before I leave

  5. Hi,
    I have an Ivers and Pond piano to donate, circa 1930’s or 40’s. Includes seat that opens to store music books.

    • Hi Resa, Ivers and Pond is a very excellent brand from what I understand. And from a quick Google, they can sell for a lot of money – like $35/40K … I recommend researching the piano and getting more info on it … https://antiquepianoshop.com/online-museum/ivers-pond I did a search online and found this resource you can check out. Once you get an idea of its worth, then you will be better able to find a home for it – or sell it and donate the money to the charity of your choice. Pianos typically are very hard to find homes for simply because once a charity has one, they don’t usually need a second one. You could also try retirement homes, music schools, community centres, city halls, school boards, Royal Canadian Legion halls, etc.

      Hope this is helpful,
      Michelle Beaupre

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