If I were to win Billy Ray Cyrus's Guitar I would pass it on to a local Historical Preservation project.
A Victorian era, Italiante style home, with much local history, was set to be demolished in a highway department's expansion project. Local folks rallied their forces and managed to put together enough money and resources to move the house before its demolition date.
Folks secured a new site for the home, moved the structure, excavated the foundation/basement, set the house into it and are now ready to start building the foundation up from under. According to the effort's web site, they need at least $8,000 more.
The House was built circa 1870 for a locally born farmer, businessman and veteran of the Union Army, Captain Joseph M. Scott. Scott was a regional force for abolition as early as 1849 and his family was heavily involved in the Underground Railroad.
Before moving, vandals almost made off with several intricately designed marble fireplace surrounds, intricately carved woodwork and a host of fancy Victorian era hardware such as doorknobs, pull handles and chandeliers.
The home expects to be a historical treasure for the village of Alexandria. I love to visit historical homes and would thus would love to support this project which I'll be able to visit regularly, once completed.
If I were to win Billy Ray Cyrus's Guitar, I'd donate it to the Alexandria Community Council's Friends of Captain Scott Committee so they could use it to help their purposes.