Our Supporters

We are supported by some generous and passionate people and organisations

Our Supporters

We are supported by some generous
and passionate people and organisations

Philanthropic

We have a range of upcoming philanthropic opportunities from our strategic roadmap, please contact our Chairman, Richard Letts:

Dr. Richard Letts AM, Chairperson
M. +61 (0) 400 925 333

Email

Donate money

Thank you, your donations are essential to keep our programs alive and growing. Donations can be made by visiting the link below:

Volunteer

Volunteering is an essential part of our success, we are looking for people from all backgrounds and skills, your time would be appreciated. Please email us if you can help us out.

David Close, Chief Executive Officer
M. +61 (0) 404 295 046

Email

Donate instruments

Donate to the Instrument Bank, Symphony For Life can give new life
to your instruments and musical equipment.

Some guiding principles
of instrument donation:

The instrument is in good, playable condition. Damaged or worn instruments or equipment should be ideally serviced at the donor’s expense prior to delivery. If not we can
arrange repairs.

Cosmetic physical condition
is less important.

Please clean the instrument
before you donate

Please email us or call to donate to
The Instrument Bank

David Close, Chief Executive Officer
M. +61 (0) 404 295 046

Email

Philanthropic

We have a range of upcoming philanthropic opportunities from our strategic roadmap, please contact our Chairman, Richard Letts:

Dr. Richard Letts AM, Chairperson
M. +61 (0) 400 925 333
E. letts@musictrust.com.au

Donate money

Thank you, your donations are essential to keep our programs alive and growing.

Volunteer

Volunteering is an essential part of our success, we are looking for people from all backgrounds and skills, your time would be appreciated. Please email us if you can help us out.

David Close, Chief Executive Officer
M. +61 (0) 404 295 046
E. dclose@symphonyforlifefoundation.org

Donate instruments

Donate to the Instrument Bank, Symphony For Life can give new life to your instruments and musical equipment.

Some guiding principles of instrument donation:

  1. The instrument is in good, playable condition. Damaged or worn instruments or equipment should be ideally serviced at the donor’s expense prior to delivery. If not we can arrange repairs.
  2. Cosmetic physical condition is less important.
  3. Please clean the instrument before you donate

Please email us or call to donate to The Instrument Bank

David Close, Chief Executive Officer
M. +61 (0) 404 295 046
E. dclose@symphonyforlifefoundation.org

 

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