Music for All’s Community Project Funding makes grants to UK registered charities, not-for-profit organisations and schools that aim to bring musical projects to their local communities.
Funding is available for musical instrument costs, associated equipment or for teaching costs for projects that aim to bring music to their community.
This round of applications allows for three different types of projects:
- Projects which are based on guitars and/or ukuleles. Groups in need of guitars (electric and acoustic) and/or Ukuleles are invited to apply.
- Projects based on innovation in remote music tuition. The restrictions of the pandemic have had a huge impact on music tuition with many innovative approaches being used to ensure music education can continue wherever those involved are based. Music for All would like to recognise and support those rising to this challenge through the use of technology to support remote music tuition via a cash grant of up to £2,000 for a single project to demonstrate innovation in this area.
- Projects based on clarinets. Music for All have up to eight Leblanc Serenade Clarinets to award in total.
Due to the demands for support, Music for All prioritise applications on those most in need of their help.
Deadline: Wednesday 30 June 2021
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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