Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we have been able to support nearly 400 young people, giving them access to music education, building their confidence and skills, and ensuring a brighter future for them. With our ever growing work, across two sites, your support is more vital than ever to ensure children and young people have access to music and thrive in life.
Please see below for the various ways you can support our work.
For more information, or to find out more about how you can support our work, please contact Sarah James, Head of Philanthropy at email@example.com
World Heart Beat
World Heart Beat uses the power of music to inspire and make a positive impact in local communities. Your donation will enable our vital work to continue.
World Heart Beat is fast becoming one of the most prominent music charities in the country for providing grassroots, non-selective, richly diverse, music education programmes for children and young people. Your donation will help us to continue to develop confidence and skills and make a difference in the local communities.
Give the gift of music to children and young people, many of whom would never access to musical education.
The World Heart Beat Music Academy aims to give children and young people the opportunity to learn music. It costs £1200 to give a child free tuition for a year. With more families than ever struggling to make ends meet, your support is more vital than ever.
Embassy Gardens Capital Campaign
Help us close our capital campaign. World Heart Beat Embassy Gardens is now open, but we still have a shortfall to realise our vision.
We need your support to provide all the teaching facilities we planned, and give our community the very best concert experience.
Name a seat
Naming a seat is a valuable way to support us. A seat inscribed with your name, a loved one’s name, your business, or in memoriam, creates a lasting legacy. Naming a seat makes an ideal present for Christmas, a birthday or anniversary, or other special occasions. Standard seats are £1000 and Balcony seats are £5000