Moira dela Torre to give away preloved guitar, art materials

  • Moira dela Torre is holding a special giveaway
  • She will be giving away her first electric guitar and a bag of art materials for some lucky fans
  • The singer said those items helped her take care of her mental health and she wanted to share it with others

Moira Dela Torre will be having a special giveaway for her fans.

Image by Moira Dela Torre Via Instagram

On Instagram, the singer-songwriter shared that she will be giving away some of her preloved items, including a guitar and some art materials. She said amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, she found herself wanting to find a way to give back to others.

Moira wrote, “At the height of everything that’s been happening, I found myself at a crossroad of feeling like I haven’t been able to give as much as I would want to and feeling anxiety rise from within me as 2020 threw us so many of its unwanted surprises.”

She will be giving away the first electric guitar that her husband Jason Marvin gave to her. She said both the guitar and the bag of art materials were important to her as she was managing her mental health.

Moira said watercolor painting and learning to play the electric guitar were therapeutic for her and hoped the new owners of the items will make use of it well.

“Through, I wanna share this new joy by giving away a bag I got from one of my travels filled with art supplies and this electric guitar (which might I add, was Jason’s very first electric guitar!). Both of which have helped me so much mentally and I hope that it might also help you find the calm I did,” she added.

Image by Moira Dela Torre Via Instagram

Moira is also selling other preloved items for the benefit of Silungan Ng Pag-asa — a non profit organization for children in need of medical care.

Moira Dela Torre will give away her customized guitar to ‘fulfill someone else’s dream’

In October last year, she also gave away one of her guitars as a sign of gratitude to the people who shared their dreams with her; to nurture their own dreams just like how her father and her kuya Sam Milby did for her.

“One of the things I live by is that dreams are better when shared. And I’m so grateful to have grown in a community that loves to do so.”