Supporters

Discover how to shape a young person's future through music today - become a supporter!

The arts have the power to shape a young person’s future. Find out how you can help us to support music in Northumberland.

To support Music Partnership North Charity please click here

Supporter donations

The arts are not simply ‘nice to have’, or an ‘add-on’ to education. They have the power to change and shape young lives. They provide knowledge, skills and attributes that can play a significant role in young people’s development. Music in-particular can create opportunities for children to express their ideas and form their values, and equipping them to navigate a rapidly changing world.

Funding is reducing every year and families are finding it harder to find the money to pay for music lessons for their children. Your support can enable us to reach more children, from any background, and provide their lifelong learning through music.
  • £15 per month can sponsor a child’s place in a county ensemble.
  • £18 per month would provide free instrumental or vocal tuition for a child.
  • £6 per month would provide free instrument hire for a child.
  • A one off donation of £15 would buy a child’s place on a workshop day​.

Please click here to download a supporters direct debit form

The donors below have contributed to musical experiences for children in Northumberland, we would like to say a huge THANK YOU to them:

  • James Rippon
  • Terry and Susan Davey
  • Stuart Archer
  • David Francis
  • Richard and Fiona Johnstone


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Just go to our page at Music Partnership North - GoRaise and register for free today!


Supporters charter

In response to your generous donations, we promise:
  • Your donation will be processed efficiently and used to fund front line musical activities
  • Your donation will be promptly acknowledged and we will always be incredibly grateful for your support
  • If you would like to allocate your donation to a particular area of our work we will respect your wishes, and where this is not possible, we will advise you of this and proceed as you request.
We endeavour to provide exceptional supporter care and so when you contact us we promise to:
  • Handle your enquiry in an honest and professional manner
  • Provide a response to your queries as quickly as possible
  • Treat all complaints seriously, investigate them fully and report back to you with a solution
  • Welcome and encourage feedback from you to improve our work.