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THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC


Youth Music is a national charity that invests in music-making projects for children and young people. We asked how it’s helping schools to deliver projects that enrich young people’s lives


Q


What are the main aims of Youth Music?


A Our vision is that one day, all children and young people will


be able to make music. In order to achieve this, we’re working collaboratively to transform music education in England. Our funding is focused on supporting projects for children and young people who face barriers to music-making as a result of who they are, where they live, or the circumstances they’re facing.


Q


What sort of projects does Youth Music support?


Every Youth Music project measures its impact, helping us build a unique national overview. Projects should be centred on


either or both of the following: music-making for children and young people in challenging circumstances; and strategic work supporting the development of the workforce, organisations, and/or the wider sector.


Q across England every year,


reaching more than 89,000 children and young people. The projects we invest in support the musical, personal and social development of children and young people, and we also support positive outcomes for organisations and their workforce.


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What types of funds are available for schools?


A We support around 350 projects AYouth Music’s grant programme is made


up of two separate funds. Fund A awards smaller


grants of £2,000-£30,000 for high-quality projects that will help to achieve a musically inclusive England. Fund B, meanwhile, awards medium-sized grants of


£30,001-£150,000 for high-quality, sustained projects that expand and embed musically inclusive practise within and beyond an organisation.


Q


What criteria does a school need to meet to qualify?


AWe fund organisations that are based in the UK and delivering


work in England for participants residing in England. They must be registered charities or not-for-profit organisations and must be legally constituted and providing activity for a minimum of one year. (If you are not registered with the Charity Commission or Companies House you must supply evidence of this through your constitution.) Schools are eligible to apply to


We currently


have more than 210 grants for education


listed on our database – collectively worth over £12m! To search these


funds sign up to FundEd for just £90 +VAT a year – funded.org.uk/ sign-up


Youth Music but projects must have a significant element of innovative and genuine partnership involved, benefit the wider community, have a high-quality, musically inclusive approach and a targeted focus on reaching and engaging children and young people in challenging circumstances across the whole project. We do not fund GCSE and A-level music, music


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