How YOU can help...

  • Would you like to make a donation to help us continue our work?
  • Do you have an unwanted instrument gathering dust in your attic?
  • Would you like to organise a fundraising concert or event?
  • Could you donate some of your time to giving a series of skype lessons?
  • Would you like to raise for us by completing a challenge, like a marathon?
  • Are you a reed player with some spare reeds you could donate?
  • Have you any music tutor books you no longer need?
  • Could you encourage your school to take part in a Practice-a-thon?

If so, please get in touch to discuss any of the above or any ideas you might have. Your help and support is greatly appreciated; our projects rely on the generosity of our sponsors.

Raising money is a big part of Concordia’s mission; its many projects have included the Concordia Ward in a Macmillan Cancer Relief Hospice in Wales; Save the Children Fund in Argentina; the Salaj District Hospital, Romania; the Christian Praise Children’s Home, Philippines; & the Centre for Disability, New South Wales, Australia.

We are currently running an Instrument Drive for Kenyan 'Fife Graduates' and have so far sourced three flutes, two oboes, two clarinets, a cello, three violins, a trumpet and a french horn. If you would like to donate an instrument, new or used, please let us know. We will send it to one of our graduates and forward you photographs of it being put to good use.

For any music/instrumental teachers out there, please consider running a 'Practice-a-Thon or 'Scale-a-Thon' fundraising challenge at your school. This not only raises money for a good cause but will hopefully inspire your students to practice! We can provide posters and sponsorship forms -please get in touch for further information.

Money raised will be spent on instruments and water filters for children in Africa.

£5.00 buys a fife
£10.00 buys a water filter
£30.00 buys a family water filter unit
£100.00+ buys an orchestral instrument

We welcome any fundraising ideas! Our Fife Project leader Abbie raised over £1,000 last year by dressing up as She-Ra Princess of Power for a week(!) and our Music for Life project coordinator Nadia Wilson also raised over £1,000 by playing her clarinet in Battersea Park.

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