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If you have enjoyed a lifetime of music please consider how you could bring the joy of music making to disadvantaged musicians’ tomorrow. Leaving a gift in your will, however small, could make a huge difference to our vital work by:

  • Helping aspiring musicians experience the life-affirming benefits music can bring for years to come
  • Ensure the long-term provision of free learn to play experiences and awards and grants for those with restricted access to musical instruments and lessons.

However, you choose to give, we will be extremely grateful to receive your donation.

There are four simple steps to help you set up your gift.

  1. Draw up your Will
    In order to leave a legacy you will need a Will. The Law Society www.lawsociety.org.uk can help you find a local legal firm to help, or a professional Will writer can be found via The Institute of Professional Will Writers, www.ipw.org.uk.
  2. Consider your assets
    You will need an idea of what your estate consists of to help you work out your assets and debts, so you can understand it’s extent (e.g. remember to consider property, cash, savings, shares, pension funds, loans, other debts etc).
  3. Decide who you want to remember
    Make a list of who you intend to remember in your will and how. If you choose to leave Music for All a legacy, consider the specific type of legacies available.
  4. Choose the type of legacy
    There are many different types of legacies and you will need to decide which is most appropriate for you.  You may need to discuss this further with your will drafter.

You may want to consider an award in your name, to inspire, motivate and encourage with a permanent memory of your wishes. If you would like your gift to support a particular need, we’d welcome the opportunity to work with you and create a specific award in your name, please contact help@musicforall.org.uk for more details.