Andrew Lakey - creator

Hi my name is Andrew Lakey. I am 17 and I am just man with a mission to change people's lives, inspire the community, make kids smile and help them through tough times. I figured that if I could just start out by helping one person at a time I could make a difference slowly but surely all around the world.


As for me personally I am a musician, woodworker and cancer survivor. I was 9 when it all happened and it was no easy task. They had found a brain tumor right above my pituitary gland. Part of it was removed and then I started right on the old chemotherapy. I was very lucky to not have to serious of a case so I only went to All Children’s Hospital once a week for a day of therapy. It was still very difficult to stay positive through the difficult situations. I Prayed a lot, made friends with all the nurse and also tried to come up with fun things to do while I was sitting there. I did some origami, listen to music and just tried not to think about. I finished my chemo in june of 2011 and I have been doing good since then.  

Hi my name is Andrew Lakey. I am 17 and I am just man with a mission to change people's lives, inspire the community, make kids smile and help them through tough times. I figured that if I could just start out by helping one person at a time I could make a difference slowly but surely all around the world.


As for me personally I am a musician, woodworker and cancer survivor. I was 9 when it all happened and it was no easy task. They had found a brain tumor right above my pituitary gland. Part of it was removed and then I started right on the old chemotherapy. I was very lucky to not have to serious of a case so I only went to All Children’s Hospital once a week for a day of therapy. It was still very difficult to stay positive through the difficult situations. I Prayed a lot, made friends with all the nurse and also tried to come up with fun things to do while I was sitting there. I did some origami, listen to music and just tried not to think about. I finished my chemo in june of 2011 and I have been doing good since then.  

Andrew Lakey - creator

Hi my name is Andrew Lakey. I am 17 and I am just man with a mission to change people's lives, inspire the community, make kids smile and help them through tough times. I figured that if I could just start out by helping one person at a time I could make a difference slowly but surely all around the world.


As for me personally I am a musician, woodworker and cancer survivor. I was 9 when it all happened and it was no easy task. They had found a brain tumor right above my pituitary gland. Part of it was removed and then I started right on the old chemotherapy. I was very lucky to not have to serious of a case so I only went to All Children’s Hospital once a week for a day of therapy. It was still very difficult to stay positive through the difficult situations. I Prayed a lot, made friends with all the nurse and also tried to come up with fun things to do while I was sitting there. I did some origami, listen to music and just tried not to think about. I finished my chemo in june of 2011 and I have been doing good since then.  

Andrew Lakey - creator

Hi my name is Andrew Lakey. I am 17 and I am just man with a mission to change people's lives, inspire the community, make kids smile and help them through tough times. I figured that if I could just start out by helping one person at a time I could make a difference slowly but surely all around the world.


As for me personally I am a musician, woodworker and cancer survivor. I was 9 when it all happened and it was no easy task. They had found a brain tumor right above my pituitary gland. Part of it was removed and then I started right on the old chemotherapy. I was very lucky to not have to serious of a case so I only went to All Children’s Hospital once a week for a day of therapy. It was still very difficult to stay positive through the difficult situations. I Prayed a lot, made friends with all the nurse and also tried to come up with fun things to do while I was sitting there. I did some origami, listen to music and just tried not to think about. I finished my chemo in june of 2011 and I have been doing good since then.  

Andrew Lakey - creator

Get A Ukulele 

You Can Receive a Free Ukulele

If you are a pediatric cancer patient that is either on treatment or up to 2 years off chemo, you can receive a free ukulele with lessons!

Do you have any questions?

If you are unsure about something or have questions for me, please click the button below. I can answer any question you may have about getting a ukulele!

Don't play an instrument?

There is no need to fear! When you get a ukulele, it comes with online video lessons! You can learn step by step and you will be playing in no time!

Please reload