Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is funded through a mix of local government and project funding, and through charitable giving via the Tri-borough Music Trust (formerly known as Musical Boroughs Trust), the charity arm of TBMH.
Tri-borough Music Trust is a registered charity. Its mission is to provide young people in West London with an inclusive quality music education, particularly those facing inequality and disadvantage.
When public funds are under pressure, we need your help more than ever to remove barriers to accessing music and enable us to continue to deliver high quality musical experiences for all.
Any donation, big or small, will help us deliver our mission and create opportunities for all young people to experience the transformative power of music.
Become a Friend of the Hub
Show your commitment to music education for all children and young people by making a donation and becoming a Friend of the Hub.
By donating a one-off gift or as a regular giver, you have the option to become a ‘Friend’. Our Friends receive regular newsletters about our latest projects and learn how their funding helps support our work, as well as receive invitations to performances, special events and open rehearsals.
Any donation will make a difference and we’d love to welcome you to become part of our wonderful community. All donations and the Friends programme is managed by the Tri-Borough Music Trust, with the money spent on supporting music education via the TBMH.
For more information about the Trust and how you could get involved please contact: Jonathan Chambers, Fundraising and Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tri-Borough Music Trust Registered Charity Number 1183585 is proud to be registered with theFundraising Regulator