September 2020 – This month we featured the 1st of a series of very fun pandemic raffles for the students that we continue to support in music.
The first winner, from the Appalachian region, received this amazing guitar that even professional players love a whole lot. The Jasmine S-35.
June 2020 – The Music Cart: Washburn, Teton Guitars and more. All sales help us to continue this amazing mission.
January 2020– The Music Cart – we’re filling it up with the best brands. Come see us soon.
December 2019 – The Music Cart underway.
May 2019 – The Music Cart, by Redemption Song Inc., IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
Photo by Wes Hicks
December 2018 – The Instruments for Kids Project, under our Music Scholarship Program, was Katelyn Kidd. Katelyn received a flute as her instrument of choice, for her personal use, from the winning submission of her outstanding essay.
“We just got the flute this morning! It’s absolutely gorgeous and sounds beautiful. I was so happy to hear how it played, and I was astounded by the sound. I greatly admire what RedemSong does for children in tough financial situations, and once again, thank you so much!” December 26th, 2018.
October 2018 – Our deadline for the public school music instrument scholarship project, Instruments for kids, is coming soon – November, 2018. Students will submit essays to compete for free instruments from Redemption Song! The essays will be judged on writing skills and how well they translate their musical passion and association. We can’t wait to hear what’s on these young music minds!
July 2018 – Coming soon will be the Appalachian Kids Music Project write off – kids showing off their writing skills to win personal instruments through our Music Scholarship Program.
May 2018 – Another successful furniture give-away to families and organizations who help!
March 2018 – We are CLIP (Children Library International Program) recipients. International qualifying schools are welcome to be considered – contact us.
December 2017 – Great year ahead, 2018! We will be executing our international program, CLIP (Children Library International Program). CLIP supports English speaking, extremely impoverished overseas schools by supplying the resources to create hard copy book libraries for these students who still depend on books as their primary source of learning and do not have access to the world of internet and technology.
October 2017 – We completed our summer/fall furniture give away, with our last truck here, delivering furniture to families struggling to furnish their homes.
August 2017– Appalachian Kids Music Project: an aspiring guitarist caught in the moment with a Redemsong donated guitar!
May 2016 – Our Applachian Kids Music Project: part of our Music Scholarship Program – providing instruments to America’s struggling public schools’ music departments. Delighted to provide guitars for these future rock stars!
April 2017 – Redemsong donation of the mobile home below for a renovation project that will provide housing for a low income family.