British audio brand Phonaudio is seeking to bring forward the next generation of up-and-coming UK artists from disadvantaged areas through its ‘Buy a bag for Youth Music’ campaign.
Customers who purchase Phonaudio’s limited-edition Retro Tablet Bag will be funding a pipeline of young UK talent thanks to the company, who will be donating £5 from every £29.99 bag sold to the National Foundation for Youth Music.
Youth Music is a well-known charity which changes the lives of young people in challenging circumstances through music-making projects, and has invested in over 350 projects which help more than 75,000 young people every year.
Steven Arinze, CEO Phonaudio, said: “We’re extremely proud and honoured to be supporting the National Foundation for Youth Music with our ‘Buy a bag for Youth music campaign.
“Youth Music does an incredible job of offering children from difficult areas the chance to change their life choices and career opportunities through making music.
“It also brings through raw, authentic UK musical talent that might not have a chance to flourish if it wasn’t for Youth Music.”
Phonaudio’s limited-edition Retro Tablet Bag is made from matte-black PU leather with cream-colored lining which creates a classic, yet classy feel. The bag is ideal for carrying tablets, books, phones and other items around school, college and work, with tablets bags now being an accessory of choice for many young people.
Cristina Barone, Youth Music Charity, said: “The limited-edition retro tablet bags looks fantastic, and those who buy can rest-assured their money will go towards developing the burgeoning British music scene which has changed the lives of thousands of young people up and down the country.”
Youth Music has been endorsed by big name stars including Mylene Klass and Bill Bailey for the work it has done to help channel the energy of young people in disadvantaged areas.
The 350 projects funded by National Youth Music include activities such as songwriting, singing, music production, performance and learning to play instruments.
Many of the 75,000 children helped by the charity every year face challenging situations in their lives such as poverty, mental health issues and living in care.
Aside from the limited-edition Retro Tablet Bag, Phonaudio specializes in consumer headphones, earphones and speakers that merge both style and technology. Phonaudio is a passionate supporter of UK musical talent and has championed up-and-coming artists since its launch by supporting artists such as Kiera Weathers and Katie Kittermaster
Phonaudio has also partnered with big-name players in the UK music scene such as the Urban Music Awards, National Reality Music Awards and OnBlackheath Festival as part of its mission to develop and bring through the next generation of UK artists and talents.
For more information about Phonaudio or to buy a limited-edition Retro Tablet Bag, please visit www.phonaudio.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the National Foundation for Youth Music, please visit https://www.youthmusic.org.uk/.