Get involved

Marilyn had an accident which left her with brain damage and she has relatively low awareness and is often asleep. But when there’s good live music going on, she reacts to it. She is more awake and it makes a big difference to her wellbeing.

Will you be our Support Act?

Our amazing, dedicated and passionate supporters help as many people as possible experience our headline act – the healing power of live music.

There are lots of flexible, fun and rewarding ways you can get involved and join the Music in Hospitals & Care community.

We can’t share live music with over 100,000 people a year without you.

Fundraise
Host an online music quiz, take part in a sponsored sporting event, or even organise your own concert. There are lots of fun things you can do to help live music be part of health and social care.

Become our Friend
Friends of Music in Hospitals & Care give £4 a month or more to help improve the health and wellbeing of children and adults through live music.

Make a donation
Any amount you are able to donate today will help to share the healing power of live music with children and adults, improving their health and wellbeing.

Leave a legacy of live music
Create memories for children and adults for years to come with a gift in your Will to Music in Hospitals & Care.

Volunteer
Volunteering with Music in Hospitals & Care is a great way to meet likeminded people and develop new skills while making a difference.

Partner with us
Does your business want to partner with a charity that provides vital support to a range of people and offers fundraising and volunteering opportunities for staff?

Fund us
Generous funding from charitable trusts and foundations helps make our live music possible.

“It’s very difficult to put what Music in Hospitals & Care does into words. But when people who are ill, vulnerable or lonely, have little to no memory, few or no visitors, not much hope – music can reach them like nothing else.”
Gillian Dinsmore, Friend, volunteer and supporter of Music in Hospitals & Care

  • This music was the highlight of the children’s stay.
    Member of staff, Royal Hospital for Sick Kids, Edinburgh

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Please give today to help us bring live music to people of all ages in hospitals & care settings across the UK.

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