Music For All - A New Australian music charity Launches with a Mission to enrich the lives of the Australian community through music-making and participation.
The Soundhouse Music Alliance, a music charity with a thirty-year heritage is in 2021 establishing a new charity project that remains true to its historical roots and mission while finding new ways to further that mission. Music for All Australia through its fundraising will enable access to music-making through a combination of individual donations, project grants, networking and through the provision of expert advice. It will focus on those with limited access to music-making.
Music for All’s aim is to encourage and support the Australian community to become creators of music by providing opportunities to access the life-changing benefits of active music-making through its grants program and other activities.
Music For All
- Promotes the life-changing benefits of music-making
- Supports the musical needs of community music groups and educational organisations
- Donates instruments and music tuition to individuals who need our help to express themselves musically
- Provides opportunities for people of all ages, from all backgrounds and across all locations to learn musical skills and be active music makers
The Chairman of Soundhouse Music Alliance, Adrian Alexander said “the Soundhouse board of directors is excited to announce Music for All, a new grants-based charity that will add to the thirty years of serving the music-making community through projects that have promoted music education and served those with disabilities. Music for All will seek to provide grants that create more music-making opportunities in the community.
About Music for All
Music For All (Australia) is a not-for-profit charitable organisation, operated by Soundhouse Music Alliance, a deductible gift recipient (DGR) status charity, which has operated over a 30-year period. Its aim has always been to encourage and support Australians to become creators and makers of music with the goal of having them experience the life-changing benefits that active music-making can bring.