Make a major gift
Each year we offer hundreds of hard to reach individuals in prison, and at risk of offending or re-offending in the community, the chance to work with our world-class Project Leaders to create, perform and record their own original music. None of this work would be possible without the support of major charitable gifts.
Our programmes Music in Prisons, Making Tracks and Sounding Out make a powerful impact on people’s lives, bringing them new found confidence, important transferrable skills and raised aspirations for the future. A Major Gift of £2,000+ can make a significant impact, enabling us to establish new projects or support beneficiaries to complete a whole course.
If you are excited about helping us transform the futures of more vulnerable men, women and young people, we would be delighted to talk you through funding options and tell you about our projects and plans to make sure that any major gifts are allocated according to your wishes.
If you are interested finding out more about making a Major Gift please get in touch with Ruth Mulvey on 020 3096 7863 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some examples of what Major Gifts can do:
£2,000 could support one young person’s place on a full Making Tracks project with one-to-one support sessions to support their progression into education or employment
£5,000 could support the place of an ex-prisoner on our Sounding Out community traineeship for one year
£8,000 could pay for the full cost of an intensive Music in Prisons project for 10 beneficiaries
£9,500 could pay for a prison Musician in Residence for one year, delivering three music sessions each week, either in groups or 1:1 tuition
£15,000 could support an entire Making Tracks project including all practitioners and participants – that’s 10-15 young people undertaking a specialist five week course
£28,000 could support a year-long holistic music programme in a prison, consisting of intensive creative projects and ongoing weekly sessions.