Here is a collection of Gift Day donation successes created by members of the National Pawnbrokers Association. We thank each and every one of you for your participation!
The National Pawnbrokers Association (NPA) celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Gift Day donation drive on December 6, 2018. The annual event partners NPA members with charitable organizations providing musical instruments to veterans,
In the spirit of Gift Day, Bob Moulton of National Pawn in Durham, North Carolina has donated over 3,500 musical instruments to more than 20 schools and a total of $60,000 in cash,
iPawn Arkansas has had a very close relationship with the Boys & Girls Clubs and, this year, began providing the winner of the Youth of the Year with a $2,500 scholarship.
EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: THE BAND GEEK Bob Moulton By: Daniel Seamans on 10/19/2016 WWAYTV3.com
Five School Districts in North Carolina Receive 500 Musical Instruments from Bob Mouton of National Pawn
Douglas Braswell, of Braswell & Son Pawnbrokers in Central Arkansas, donated 20 musical instruments to North Little Rock Middle School and provided a $1,000 grant earmarked for instrument refurbishment. Braswell & Son Pawnbrokers has three
Eric Modell, President of Modell Financial made a generous cash contribution to The Mr. Hollands Opus Foundation. Read the “Thank You” letter below from the foundation’s team.
Uncle Sam’s Pawn Shop in Columbus, Ohio has made a generous contribution to Champion Middle School. Read the full story here. The Columbus middle school was given at least 40 instruments free of charge. They are gifts
Dear Ben, “The music program at Mae Hensley is growing every year. The students in band right now have been doing their best to play on some old and broken instruments. I
The National Pawnbrokers Association and The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation Collect Instruments and Funds for Lee High School in Huntsville, Alabama! Through musical instrument donations from pawnbrokers across the country, The Mr. Holland’s
National Pawnbrokers Association Celebrates Musical Instrument Gift Day with help from The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation and Rowan Middle School in Jackson, MS Through musical instrument donations from pawnbrokers across the country, The
Wings for Warriors and the National Pawnbrokers Association team up to bring music and healing to the lives of combat-wounded veterans at Warrior and Family Support Center.
Pappy Clarke from Pappy’s Pawn in Knoxville, TN was recently featured on his local TV News Station as a Gift Day donor. In addition to making a generous donation to local schools, Pappy
On December 1, Governor Sonny Perdue met with pawnbrokers from around the state to take part in the National Pawnbrokers Association’s Musical Instrument Gift Day. At least 8 Georgia pawn shop owners pledged
On December 4th Lou Tansky, President of the Ohio Pawnbrokers Association and owner of Uncle Ben’s Pawn Shop in Cleveland, worked with pawn shops from across the state to donate a collection of
Ken Prine from Insta-Cash Pawn organized pawnbrokers in East Dallas to Donate musical instruments to the Longview Boys and Girls Club. Robert Nash the club’s director was on hand to accept the instruments
Georgia Pawnbrokers donate keyboards to the students of Knollwood Elementary in Dekalb County, Georgia
Jordan Osborne from Insta-Cash Pawn coordinated a donation of several instruments to the East Dallas Boys and Girls Club.
Pawn Shops Team Up for Musical Instrument Gift Day today Pawn shops in 17 states across the country are joining forces this holiday season to provide underprivileged children with hundreds of musical instruments.
Written by LaSaundra Brown Jim Clarke, better known as “Pappy” of Pappy’s Pawn Shop, keeps his place rocking with guitars, flutes, violins, and trumpets. His pawn shop looks a lot like a music
By: Mary Lu Saylor Published: December 08, 2009 A symphonic surprise for students at the South Carolina School For The Deaf And The Blind. Monday the students received new and gently used instruments
Posted: 12.08.2009 at 5:04 PM The halls are alive with the sound of music or they soon will be now that the students at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the
By LYNNE P. SHACKLEFORD Published: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at 3:15 a.m. The S.C. School for the Deaf and the Blind will be a happier and much noisier place because of a generous
Filed by Lisa Roberson December 7th, 2009 ELYRIA — Inside a back room at Steve Smith’s North Ridge Road business, Park and Pawn, musical instruments are sometimes easy to find. They are there
Posted: Dec 04, 2009 4:37 PM A Michiana pawn shop’s generosity is music to the ears of some local children. South Bend’s Worldwide Jewelry and Pawn joined pawn shops all over America for
Posted: 4:27 PM Dec 4, 2009 A group of local pawn shops are adding some music to the Boys and Girls Club of South Bend. As part of a nationwide campaign, Tom Howard
Enterprise pawn shop owner Michael Welch believes music can make a difference in a child’s life...
Christmas came early for the Goshen High School Band. Joey Holley, owner of Pawn Express of Troy, donated 20 musical instruments to the band Wednesday as part of a nationwide effort on the
The CLSD Foundation completed its first distribution of musical instruments to the students of Lincoln High School in San Jose, CA...