Join our community of monthly donors creating brighter futures through music!

DONATE MONTHLY

Join our community of monthly donors creating brighter futures through music!

DONATE MONTHLY

The Beat is a community of monthly givers who are determined to create brighter futures through music, one person at a time.

The Beat is a community of monthly givers who are determined to create brighter futures through music, one person at a time.

AS A MEMBER OF THE BEAT YOU WILL ENJOY:

  • Exclusive news from the field through Quarterly Zoom Updates where you’ll get to meet the team in Africa and some of our talented musicians.
  • Access to early-bird tickets to attend special Brass for Africa events (when COVID-19 restrictions allow!)
  • The opportunity to meet like-minded people by gaining private access to our Beat Community Private Facebook Group.
  • Making a difference. You will find out about the real impact you make through monthly updates and impact reports.

AS A MEMBER OF THE BEAT YOU WILL ENJOY:

  • Exclusive news from the field through Quarterly Zoom Updates where you’ll get to meet the team in Africa and some of our talented musicians.
  • Access to early-bird tickets to attend special Brass for Africa events (when COVID-19 restrictions allow!)
  • The opportunity to meet like-minded people by gaining private access to our Beat Community Private Facebook Group.
  • Making a difference. You will find out about the real impact you make through monthly updates and impact reports.

“During COVID19 I’ve realised we often don’t notice how much money we spend on things we don’t actually need. Being a monthly donor makes me feel like even the smallest amount I can give still makes a huge difference! “

Edson

“I love seeing the monthly impact my support makes! I used to have subscriptions with lots of different companies but this year I decided to do something different. I love it!”

Pepa

“I am a true testament of the life-changing work that Brass for Africa does. I was born in Katwe, one of the biggest slums in Kampala. For nearly 10 years, I was a beneficiary of Brass for Africa. And today, I am a Professional Musician at The Royal Military School of Music in London. Thank you for transforming my life. It is my pleasure to be a member of The Beat!”

Julius

“I think the important thing to remember is that every little helps to make a difference. With Brass for Africa, I know my donation goes a long way. I love receiving monthly updates from the field. It always cheers me up!”

Marisa

“Being a Brass for Africa supporter has given me the opportunity to be part of something I really believe in. As a teacher, I fully understand the need of transferable skills. Keep up the great work Brass for Africa!”

Felipe

“£5 a month to run music and life-skills lessons for children in really challenging circumstances? I mean, in London you’d be lucky to get lunch for that! You just can’t argue with that kind of return on investment. This charity stays connected with every beneficiary it works with, I know very few that do that”.

Dale

“During COVID19 I’ve realised we often don’t notice how much money we spend on things we don’t actually need. Being a monthly donor makes me feel like even the smallest amount I can give still makes a huge difference! “

Edson

“I love seeing the monthly impact my support makes! I used to have subscriptions with lots of different companies but this year I decided to do something different. I love it!”

Pepa

“I am a true testament of the life-changing work that Brass for Africa does. I was born in Katwe, one of the biggest slums in Kampala. For nearly 10 years, I was a beneficiary of Brass for Africa. And today, I am a Professional Musician at The Royal Military School of Music in London. Thank you for transforming my life. It is my pleasure to be a member of The Beat!”

Julius

“I think the important thing to remember is that every little helps to make a difference. With Brass for Africa, I know my donation goes a long way. I love receiving monthly updates from the field. It always cheers me up!”

Marisa

“Being a Brass for Africa supporter has given me the opportunity to be part of something I really believe in. As a teacher, I fully understand the need of transferable skills. Keep up the great work Brass for Africa!”

Felipe

“£5 a month to run music and life-skills lessons for children in really challenging circumstances? I mean, in London you’d be lucky to get lunch for that! You just can’t argue with that kind of return on investment. This charity stays connected with every beneficiary it works with, I know very few that do that”.

Dale