Making a donation

Musical talent is everywhere but, more than ever, opportunity isn’t.

Life may feel like it has been paused but music is still playing. Young musicians are still playing.

Time is moving fast for children and young people. Our young musicians need to keep working, practising and learning.

We’re continuing to support over 500 young musicians from low income families to make sure they don’t get left behind.

Music will be a big part of what gets us through this testing period. Thanks to our family of supporters – most of who have committed to make a monthly donation - young people are busy listening to, creating and playing music.

Please donate so they don’t have to pause.

Thank you.

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Get in touch

Want to talk to us about supporting our work? Please feel free to contact our Development Manager if you have any questions.

Sanpreet Janjua

E: [email protected]
T: 0300 302 3422

Sanpreet Janjua

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