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Donate

There are a number of ways you can contribute to Musical Keys as an individual.

make a donation

Via Total Giving using a credit or debit card by entering an amount and clicking on this button (you will be taken to a checkout style page which will take you through the payment process and offer you the opportunity to include GiftAid).

By sending a cheque made payable to Musical Keys and posting it to Musical Keys, Martineau Memorial Hall, 21 Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1BN. Please remember to include a GiftAid declaration if you qualify as a UK taxpayer.

By text message for amounts up to £10. Text  KEYS21  followed by your donation amount (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10) to 70070.


become a Regular donor

If you feel able to give a regular donation, your commitment can have a lasting impact on what we are able to achieve. Regular income allows us to more confidently plan and develop our work and offers a feeling of stability for our service users, many of whom have been accessing our services for a number of years.

“The session is a really important part of my son’s routine…I’m convinced it’s contributed significantly to aspects of his development” - Parent

• A regular £10 donation means we are able to purchase new percussion instruments, when required

• A regular donation of £50 donation could help to support the training of our volunteers

• A regular £100 could contribute to a trained and experienced facilitator, running music sessions with young people with disability and additional needs

You can set up a regular donation using this Standing Order form. The GiftAid declaration included allows us to increase the value of your donation by 20%, adding to the impact of your gift at no extra cost to you. You can read more about GiftAid here.


Leave a legacy

If you feel that Musical Keys has supported you, your family or someone you know, you may have thought about leaving a gesture in your will. Leaving a legacy is a wonderful way to ensure that we can continue to bring music to the lives of those who benefit so greatly from it.

Whatever the amount of your gesture, be reassured that it is gratefully received and will be put to good use. There is no need to tell us that you have done so, unless you wish to. Your solicitor will be able to guide you through the process and it will help them if you are able to supply our registered charity number 1151915, to ensure your gift comes to us as per your wishes.

“The support I received from staff and parents was a lifeline…you often feel very along and isolated but they gave me a sense of worth and I felt I belonged” - Parent