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The Application Process

Our July 2021 Award Session is now open

We have now opened a new round of funding for applications from communities and individuals. The closing date for this round of award applications will be 10 September.

We will be offering support in five very distinct areas:

1) Projects which are based on electric guitars and/or ukuleles. We are inviting groups in need of electric guitars and/or ukuleles to apply for some very special instruments.

2) Projects that require analogue synthesisers.

3) David Hughes piano or keyboard award, to support the progress of a piano or keyboard player.

4) Projects based on innovation in remote music tuition.

5) Community choirs that require support.

All these awards will acknowledge the challenges Covid has brought to nearly all music makers and educators and recognise the vital role music plays in uniting communities and improving wellbeing.

For more information about these awards please visit Submittable. Please remember to read our eligibility criteria before applying.  If you have any queries about this round of funding then please contact help@musicforall.org.uk

Supporting every type of music maker

Music for All supports every type of music maker from community groups and schools, to experienced musicians and aspirational individuals picking up an instrument for the first time.

We provide grants and awards to meet their musical needs, supporting anyone with limited access to music or restricted financial capability.

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Alternative funding support

Help Musicians UK is a leading UK charity for professional musicians of all genres, from starting out through to retirement. The Funding Wizard on their website may help you find alternative funding opportunities.

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The Impact We Make

See our impact stories below to learn more about those who have already benefitted from Music for All support. Their stories are inspirational and provide valuable insights into how Music for All is creating more music makers.