On-Stage Supports the Music with Donation to the Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls


Accessories manufacturer and innovator On-Stage is proud to donate an array of products to the Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls Los Angeles. On Stage is a Connecticut-based, family-owned business with a long history of supporting charities, community programs, and schools that promote music education and performance. Coming off another great Winter NAMM show, which is the largest trade show in the music industry, On-Stage is giving the camp all the products it displayed at the massive trade show.

The On-Stage NAMM booth is large for an accessories manufacturer, and this year it boasted over 200 products from a variety of categories, including mic stands, tablet mounts, instrument tuners, lighting accessories, instrument stands, cases, and more. These products were on display all weekend for dealers, musicians, and other NAMM attendees, and now they are on their way to the Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls LA, where  they will be part of the instruction, performances, and great musical memories campers create. All told, the On-Stage donation is valued at $6000.00.

The Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls LA was founded by rockers Becky Gebhardt and Mona Tavakoli. The organization is working towards expanding its after-school programs, increasing its number of summer camp sessions, and acquiring its own permanent space for lessons, workshops, and more.

From www.rockcampforgirlsla.org :
“RCGLA strives to nurture self-esteem and self-expression in girls, in a world that doesn’t always give girls permission, space or the tools to do so. We hope that our programs inspire girls to be their best selves, to rock in life. That hope extends to our adult volunteer base and to the greater community of Los Angeles. Our programs bring together like-minded people from all backgrounds and fosters connections.”


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