CLARKSBURG, W. Va. (WUSA9) — A high school in West Virginia needs the public’s help to replace instruments it lost after severe flooding at the end of June.

Bandland, the area store that contributes largely to the instruments used in the school systems, is now collecting band instruments to help Richwood High School.

Playable instruments are the first priority, though the store will accept anything and add it to the program when possible. See below for specific items that the music department lost in the flood.

Drop off instruments now through July 14 at Bandland,154 E Pike St., Clarksburg, WV 26301, and let the store associate know it is for the “Richwood Project.”

Additionally, the band has raised nearly $5,700. To make a monetary donation, visit the Razoo Funding Page.

To inquire about current instrument needs, head to the donation Facebook page.

Current inventory of loss for the band as of June 29:
Wind Instruments:
40 Trombones
35 Trumpets
10 Clarinets
8 flutes
2 Bass Clarinets
10 Alto Saxes
3 Tenor Saxes

Percussion (marching):
17 bass drums
14 snares
4 sets of quads
4 pair marching cymbals

Percussion (concert):
1 Concert Bass
1 trap set
1 set concert cymbals

Current loss for the choir as of June 29:
2 Yamaha loudspeakers
2 Bose loudspeakers
2 Yamaha monitors
1 Yamaha digital micro grand piano
4 Shure wireless mic systems
1 Peavey mixer with autotune
10 microphones
1 Follow-Spot
8 DMX lighting effects
1 DMX Control
5 sets of risers
1 MacBook Pro
All music
All speaker cords
All microphone cords