You Are Invited To Support SGUB
Jamie Houston, new owner of Duke Banjo Ukuleles, has had an association with the founder of Survivor Girl Ukulele Band Project (SGUB) Laurie Kallivig for several years (that's Laurie in the photo below). He originally learned about the project through attending Ukefest Geraldine in New Zealand, where he lives.
The project is bringing restoration and hope to survivors of human trafficking through the healing power of music and love.
Now Jamie is excited to announce that Duke Banjo Ukuleles is supporting SGUB and is asking you to do the same. Every DUKE10 purchased helps to further the cause and spread the word about what Laurie is achieving in India through her project. The easiest way for you to support Laurie and her work is to join the band and 'Uke It Forward®' for survivor girl ukulele band. This is a global invitation to all ukulele lovers, ukulele jams, ukulele orchestras, ukulele clubs, and ukulele superstars to support Survivor Girl Ukulele Band project.
Please visit the SGUB website to learn more, and please donate if you feel this is an initiative you can get behind.