Learning to play a musical instrument can be financially challenging. With access to an artistic education severely limited in deprived communities we are committed to a genuine grass roots approach, reaching out to raise aspiration and achievement in our local area and help people overcome anxieties and isolation.
At Trutone we are always working to find ways to break down barriers and create opportunities for learners of all ages. The support and generosity of donors and patrons make this possible.
Our patrons choose the level of their contribution, some offering time and expertise, others actively contributing to lesson costs or donating instruments, equipment and music.
Each and every contribution supports the gift of music and enriches lives.
We don't have a one size fits all approach to anything we do at Trutone so invite you to get in touch with Linda to find out more about how your help will benefit others.
You can also read Mary's story to find out more about what it means to be a patron and visit the blog to learn more about Trutone's values.
Every donation matters. Thank you for yours.