Please donate to Music in Hospitals & Care

With your support, Music in Hospitals & Care can help people benefit from the healing power of live music.

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Give a regular donation and help more people benefit from the healing power of live music.

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How we use your donation

£15 one-off donation
Could pay for someone living with dementia to experience a live music session. Live music helps to improve communication, relieve frustration, reduce stress and feelings of isolation.

£30 one-off donation
Could pay for two people with mental health issues to take part in a live music session. This may include people receiving treatment for learning disabilities, dementia, eating disorders and alcohol problems.

£30 a month for a year
Could pay for an ICU Hear® live music session for over 20 people and their families in a hospital Intensive Care Unit. Musicians use gentle, calming music, sensitively delivered at the bedside to help reduce stress and anxiety for patients and their families.

£50 a month for a year
Could bring our Lullaby Hour sessions to over 40 babies, children and their families. These sessions provide gentle songs and melodies for poorly babies and children in hospital wards, neonatal units and hospices. The soothing music is a wonderful way to create special moments.

Other ways to support us

A legacy of live music

We need your support now more than ever to ensure we can continue to provide special moments for people. Please consider remembering us in your Will and leaving a legacy of live music.

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Become a Friend

The support of our Friends’ plays a critical part in sharing the healing power of live music. Find out more about becoming a Friend.

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Fundraise for us

From sponsored triathlons and marathons to fundraising gigs and coffee mornings, we are incredibly fortunate to have people willing to give their time and energy to help bring live music to people in care.

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Make a donation

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