Supporting Music for All allows us to continue our mission of creating opportunities for everyone to experience the joys and benefits of music making. We appreciate any help given to us and ensure that it goes directly into helping others learn and discover through music.

Join us as a member

Each member receives a Music for All wristband, a Music for All badge and a quarterly Members Newsletter. But more importantly, the membership will make an invaluable contribution to a Charity that changes lives through music.

We’ve launched the options to set up an individual membership, a family membership and a lifetime membership. We will be developing this and are hoping to have membership options for corporate business and community groups soon.

So, if you’d like to support Music for All in changing lives through music, or if you know someone who would like to set up a regular donation, please go to this link:

Fundraise for us!

The public are holding more and more events around the country to fundraise for Music for All and we are so grateful for all of them! All monies raised go directly into helping others learn and discover through the joys of music making. Here are some examples of how you can get involved and fundraise for us:

If you’d like to fundraise for us, please get in touch via or simply go to our Just Giving page and create an event.


Running is a great way to not only raise money for good causes but to set yourself a challenge! Whether it’s a fun run, a 5k or even a marathon, you can support Music for All through any sporting challenges.

Concerts and Festivals:

We know that you are a musical bunch, so why not put on a celebration of music with proceeds going to Music for All to support musicians?

Here are some examples:

PianoFest 2019 – Music for All were nominated as PianoFest’s charity at last year’s December event. The event was 12 hour non-stop piano playing that turned out to be a big success and a wonderful day, raising almost £2000!


Tilly’s party – last year Tilly held an event in memory of her son, a musician, who sadly took his own life. A great evening took place with ballads, flamenco, blues and pop covers. A moving posthumous set from Jamie Robertson.