Music Alive

Don’t Stop the Music

To improve what Music Alive can achieve in creating opportunities for and with people with disabilities. Established in 2002 we've already created 1000s of inclusive music sessions, recordings and performances with some very able people of all ages, abilities, needs and preferences.

history Campaign has now closed

It ran from 12:00 AM, 1 July 2017 to 12:00 AM, 1 August 2017

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1093868)

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Situation

Debbie Wolfsohn who founded Music Alive is becoming increasingly disabled by Multiple Sclerosis, so what we do and how we do it needs to change to ensure that Music Alive continues to provide excellent services and resources to disabled people in the wider community.

Solution

This project aims to source sufficient funds to be able to expand and strengthen a Music Alive team that includes disabled people, their supporters and volunteers as well as paid specialist workers.

  • "I like to go to the sessions as it feels good knowing there's other musically minded people out there. They too struggle with a disability but the music we make is good fun and provides a sense of achievement."

    — Beneficiary who expended much effort to say this

  • "I like to go to the sessions as it feels good knowing there's other musically minded people out there. They too struggle with a disability but the music we make is good fun and provides a sense of achievement."

    — Beneficiary who expended much effort to say this