Calling all music lovers – we need you to be our Support Act.
From getting sponsored for a sporting challenge to hosting an online music quiz, you can have lots of fun raising vital funds for Music in Hospitals & Care.
Whatever way you’d like to fundraise, we’ll support you all the way.
Once you’ve decided what you’d like to do, you can set up a fundraising page on Just Giving.
Just get in touch to let us know how we can help make your fundraising a success.
“We selected Music in Hospitals & Care to be our chosen charity three years ago and have raised over £5,000 from concerts, busking and events. Last Christmas, we did some socially distanced carol singing. It was a magical community experience. We are so proud to support the charity as we know the difference that live music makes.”
Laura Stephenson, The Treblemakers a cappella singing group
From organising a concert to taking on a Tough Mudder, there are lots of great ways you can raise money for Music in Hospitals & Care. Need inspiration? Get in touch to have a chat about what you could do, or join one of our local volunteer groups to fundraise with others.
Set up a Facebook fundraiser
Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary or to celebrate someone’s life, it’s easy to set up a Facebook fundraiser to collect donations for Music in Hospitals & Care from friends and family. Once you’ve created your fundraising page, download our birthday fundraiser or other general fundraiser cover images.
Raise money through your community group
Are you a member of a Rotary club, choir, or other community group? Contact us to chat about how we could partner with you as your chosen charity or support your fundraising.
Share what you’re up to
As someone who fundraises for Music in Hospitals & Care, you’re a valued member of our Support Act. We’d love to hear about your ideas and see your photos. Don’t forget, we can provide collection buckets, resources and support to help make your fundraising a success. Get in touch to let us know how we can support you.
Please give today to help improve the health and wellbeing of children and adults through the healing power of live music.