Feb 10 2020
Let’s meet Music For All
In this article by our partners at Music For All, you’ll hear from Alice Monk about why the charity exists, what they can offer and how you can get involved.
+ more info below on the upcoming Learn to Play Day too!
Making music changes lives. In our view, EVERYONE should have the opportunity to learn to play music. Sadly, many people are not fortunate enough to have access to musical instruments or ways to help them to learn and discover. This is where we come in.
- We donate instruments and music tuition to individuals who need our help.
- We make grants available to address the musical needs of community music groups and educational organisations.
- We bring free of charge ‘Learn to Play’ experiences to people of all ages and backgrounds.
- We promote the life-changing benefits of music making.
We receive no government funding and are lucky to be recipients of donations from the general public, and we also have the generous support of organisations from within the musical instrument industry such as the MIA (UK) and the NAMM Foundation (US).
Music is an essential part of the fabric of our lives.
There are a many ways that you can support Music For All. Whether you make a donation, fundraise for us, leave a legacy or become a member. Your support will allow Music for All to continue its mission, which is to create opportunities for everyone to experience the joys and benefits of music making. We are very grateful for any help you can give, it will go directly into helping others learn and discover through music.
Learn to Play Day
This year’s Learn to Play Day due to take place in March has been postponed.
We’ll update this page with the new dates so you won’t miss out on the chance to have a free ‘taster’ lesson on a musical instrument. Whether you have never played, or whether you used to play, our Learn to Play Days are for you.
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