Pete Wentz is part of a new social platform called mulu that allows him to share many of his favorite things with anyone through curation. Every time someone buys one of Wentz’ selections, the Fender Music Foundation benefits.
Launching on Dec. 5, Wentz’s page already has several items that are near and dear to him, including the Squier Pete Wentz Precision Bass.
Mulu started out with 50 founding curators, each representing a different cause. Other curators include Zooey Deschanel, Wes Anderson, Winona Ryder, Jeremy Piven, J. Cole, Kerry Washington, Amber Tamblyn and Toni Collete, amongst others.
The causes are as diverse as the curators, from environment to food security to animal rights.
The Fender Music Foundation was created to provide funding and resources for music programs across America so that kids and adults alike will have an opportunity to experience the joys of music. The foundation also educates the public on the value of a musical education.
Join Wentz in his effort to support music education at mulu here.