Generous Accordion Donors:
Ninon Estinto - Leesburg, VA
Dennis Merchant - The Villages, FL
Ernest Babcock - Beltsville, MD
Robert E. Patterson Accordion Repairs - Radnor, PA
Brian Berlin - Houston, TX
How it works
Step 1. Make sure your accordion(s) are in playable condition.
Step 2. Fill out the donation form at the bottom of this page. A NAAC representative will contact you via email to get more information and arrange for the transfer of the accordion(s).
Step 3. While you still have the accordion(s) in your possession, determine the fair market value. According to IRS law, it is up to you to assign their value.
Step 4. You will handoff the accordion(s) to a NAAC representative, and you will receive an official receipt for your tax deductible donation.
How we use the accordions
NAAC is working hard to get more people trying out, learning, and playing the accordion.
To this end we have some amazing programs which bring instruments into populations of people who are curious and motivated to use them.
Some of those places include:
- Community music schools
- High schools
- Instrument petting zoos
- Make Music events
- Loans to qualified players who need professional instruments
If you are an educator or event organizer and have a need for instruments, we might be able to help you! Contact us through this page and let us know who you are and what you are looking for.
Start the donation process by filling out this form with information about you and your accordions. A NAAC representative will contact you via email to get more information and arrange for the transfer of the accordion(s) and get you are receipt for your charitable donation.