A Doylestown-based musical nonprofit organization needs help from the community.
Jazz 4 Nothin’, which is made up of local musicians who perform for the community, is seeking a free space where members can rehearse Monday evenings.
According to Steve Doneson, the group has found itself in a financial jam because the previous rehearsal space is no longer available for free use.
Jazz 4 Nothin' is trying to find a business or community center in the Doylestown area that could donate its space to allow the 25 piece big band to rehearse on Monday evenings, Doneson said in an email to Patch.
“We are a community big band that rehearses weekly and performs for the community. We have a wide age range of players from 13 to 65-plus, with a wide range of experience,” he explained.
The group, which is nearly four years old, has approximately 25 musicians who perform regularly throughout the Doylestown area.
"Our group works on a tight budget and we need to try to find a free space," he said.
If you or someone you know can help, contact Jazz 4 Nothin’ at (267) 935-9646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the group, visit www.jazz4nothin.com.