World Ukulele Project
Once, the majestic Hawaiian Queen Lili'uokalani stated that the Ukulele was the "Gift that Came Here." What an inspiring thought! This instrument greatly enriched the lives of the Hawaiian people for generations.
We are delighted to share our deep love of music with developing countries through the gift of donated ukuleles. Our mission is to teach the basics of how to play these instruments as we travel, partnering with local communities and schools around the world. Join with us to provide and deliver ukuleles, literature, and medical supplies.
Thank You to our Gold Level Sponsors
They are easy to learn and fun to play!
Our music studio has had great success with teaching students of all ages how to play Ukuleles. We have found it is the most approachable instrument for a group setting. We have hosted music camps, taught community members at our local libraries, and students from a homeschool co-op. Now we hope to teach this great instrument in developing countries through this music project.
We need 25 Ukuleles for each humanitarian trip to donate to the school. You can help purchase an instrument kit with just a $125 donation. Please consider sponsoring a student today.
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Want to learn to play ukulele?
Don't know where to start?
How do you even tune your instrument?
What are the basic chords?
This is perfect book for you
This Spanish/English edition has 15 approachable tunes.
We have found great success with this book when teaching in our partnering schools.
When you purchase a copy of your own, all the proceeds go toward our future missions of the
World Ukulele Project.
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This is a delightful story about a panda bear who learns to play the ukulele. His friend, who is a red panda, teaches him patiently. This story is written in a English/Spanish edition to support the World Ukulele Project. This book is a great story about how we can share our love of music with friends, as well as a great way to practice language skills.
Each ukulele kit we donate in our partnering schools includes a copy of this beautiful story book. When you purchase a copy of your own, all the proceeds go to our non-profit.
Oct. 25 - Nov. 2, 2022
We are so excited to bring the gift of music to Guatemala again this Fall. We have three goals for our humanitarian work:
1. Ukulele Kits (Instrument, Spanish/English instruction book, tuner, and strings)
2. Spanish/English books for the students
3. Dental Hygiene kits (we need about 100 of these)
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Generations Arts and Education is a 501(c)3 corporation with current tax status
as a Public Charity.
Your contribution is deductible under Section 170(b)(1)(A) of the Federal Code.
100% of your contribution goes to support the World Ukulele Project.
We accept contributions of any amount.