A cause worth championing

AYM Champions are those generous people who give regularly from £5 per month to our charity. The monthly amount you choose to give is completely up to you. Every donation goes towards helping young musicians develop their talent and overcome the financial and  social barriers they face. Donate today and help to give talent a chance…

Award winners

Presto!

And now, through our Presto! campaign, your donation will be doubled for one year if you sign up to be an AYM Champion.  The Garfield Weston Foundation will match monthly donations established between March 2019 and March 2020 for a period of 12 months, up to a total value of £20,000.

Becoming an AYM Champion

Click on the amount you would like to give to set up your direct debit.

Champion giving

Help a talented young musician on their musical journey.

Just £5 per month could help a young musician pay for their travel to and from an instrumental lesson

Equip a young musician with the tools they need to develop their potential.

£12 a month could fund the hire of an instrument for a young musician beginning their musical journey

Support a young musician as they learn and hone their craft

£20 a month could fund a 30 minute one-to-one instrumental lesson for a young musician each month

Give a young musician the best chance to fulfill their potential

£40 a month could fund an average Award and a year of support for a young musician on our annual Awards programme

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

Want to give at a higher level?

If you have the means to give at a higher level please read about our AYM Angels scheme

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