MUSIC IN THE COMMUNITY GRANTS
The Music in the Community grants programme is provided by Music for All, the charity of the UK musical instrument industry.
Music for All's overarching objective is to 'make more musicians and to enable and inspire more people to discover their mental and physical benefits that playing a nusical instrument can bring'.
It aims to achieve this by providing small grants to local initiatives across the UK that are seeking to bring music to their local community.
Funding is available for groups that need assistance to fulfil their potential in developing genuinely sustainable music programmes.
Grants can be used for:
- Musical instrument costs
- Using music to break down barriers
- Providing a variety of educational opportunities, and
- Helping to find ways to intergrate many diverse and minority groups positively into society.
The following types of UK-based organisations may apply for a grant of up to £2,500:
- Registered Charities
- Charitable community groups
Music for All aims to allocate around £50,000 in grants annually.
there is no match funding requirement.
The following are not eligible for funding:
- Retrospective costs
- Applicants based outside of the IK and Ireland and
- Applicants who have been awarded a grant in the last 12 months
There are three application deadlines each year.
The next deadline is Sunday 1 July for projects to start from September the same year.
The following deadline is Thursday 1 November for projects to commence in January 2019.
The deadline after this is Friday 1 February for projects that should start from April 2019
Further information about the schieme together with an application form can be found on the Music for All website.
Contact details for Music for All are:
Music for All
4-10 Barttelot Road
Tel: 01403 800500 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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