Website platform Bandzoogle continues to celebrate its 20th anniversary of powering websites and online sales for musicians. After releasing an infographic with eye-opening data from the history of the platform, the Ottawa-based tech company has launched a charity campaign in partnership with MusiCounts.
Bandzoogle has opened an online merch store with special 20th anniversary designs, as well as its past anniversary designs. All proceeds from merch sales will go to the MusiCounts Band Aid Program, which provides under-resourced schools with grants of up to $20,000 worth of musical instruments, equipment, and resources.
The online store is powered by Bandzoogle using its integration with print-on-demand service Printful: Bandzoogle 20th anniversary merch store.
For anyone that prefers to donate directly to the campaign to raise money for the Band Aid Program, they can do so with a direct link: Band Aid campaign donation
“Bandzoogle believes strongly in giving all children the opportunity to experience formal music education. We’re so happy to work with the MusiCounts Band Aid Program again to help support a deep appreciation and understanding of music in future generations as we embark on our next 20 years.” said Bandzoogle CEO Stacey Bedford.
To celebrate their 15th anniversary, Bandzoogle had made a $15,000 donation to the MusiCounts Band Aid Program, helping to launch a new contribution tier for the program.
"Bandzoogle has been a steadfast champion of MusiCounts's mission to make music education accessible for all kids in Canada. We're so honoured by their commitment to support MusiCounts through their 20th anniversary celebrations. Congratulations, Bandzoogle, and thank you!" said MusiCounts President Kristy Fletcher.