How to Contribute to Walker West Music Academy

Our music school is registered with the state of Minnesota as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations to support our mission and operations are tax-deductible. If you care about innovative and accessible music education, opportunities for young people and keeping cultural enrichment alive in the Summit-University neighborhood of St. Paul, we would love to have your support at any level.

Equipment Donation

Equipment and material donations are used within the Walker|West Music Academy facility or community based on need. If you have a particular request for how this donation will be used it may limit our ability to accept your donation. Please allow two weeks for a response regarding requests for donated material. Once your request is received it will be directed to the appropriate department to assess current need and then a determination will be made. If your request is in demand a staff member will arrange a drop-off time for you to bring the item and/or items to the facility during business hours.  All must adhere to COVID-19 precaution policies, by wearing a face covering and maintaining distance. Please avoid bringing items in plastic. Instruments, music books, equipment, etc.

Equipment donation form

Donate online

Click the image below and follow the instructions to donate online. You do not need a PayPal account. You can donate with a with your credit card or debit card.

Make A Difference! Donate Online, by Phone or by Mail.

You may choose to underwrite a student scholarship, support a student for a full session or make a significant donation toward maintaining and improving our facilities. It’s easy and secure! You can:

  • Call 651-224-2929 to discuss options and make your donation over the telephone.
  • Make your check payable to Walker West Music Academy and mail it to:
    • Walker West Music Academy
      760 Selby Ave.
      St. Paul, MN 55104

We will also welcome your call or email inquiry if you are considering donating a musical instrument, computer equipment or office supplies.

Questions About Other Ways You Can Help or Participate?

Operating a lean, financially disciplined organization has enabled us to sustain our programs and help shape the lives of thousands of Twin Cities kids and teens since 1988. Plans are underway to expand our offerings and position our organization for the next quarter-century. If you want to take part in our music community in any way, contact us and let’s make it happen.