Post Malone Donates Signed Electric Guitar To Utah Trauma Center For Children


Post Malone always looks to give back to the community whenever he can. In an effort to raise money and spread awareness for Camp Hope Utah, which is a nonprofit organization benefitting children who have been impacted by domestic violence and trauma.

The Cottonwood Heights Police Department in Utah took to Twitter on Wednesday (March 16) showcasing a Fender Squier autographed by Post Malone claiming he donated the electric guitar to help raise funds for Camp Hope Utah.

“CHPD is helping the Salt Lake District Attorney’s Office raise money for Camp Hope Utah sponsoring abused kids,” the local police department wrote. “Post Malone donated this signed Fender Squire guitar to help raise money.”

Posty’s signature can be seen on the bottom left of the guitar followed by a smiley face and peace sign. An auction will be held in the days ahead and anyone interested in purchasing the rare autographed guitar by Posty can email Camp Hope at [email protected].

On the music side, Post Malone is gearing up to return with his shortest LP to date titled twelve carat toothache.

Billboard reported last month that the project would be arriving “imminently” but there’s still no release date. His last effort arrived in 2019 with Hollywood’s Bleeding.