The LOAN FUND FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS sets out to support some of our most talented young musicians through providing grants and loans towards the purchase of instruments.
It aims to raise funds through legacies and gifts from individuals and companies.
Your gift, to support young professional musicians, can be made in a number of ways:
By making a Gift:The Loan Fund’s Charitable Fund number is : 277909
Charitable donations can be gift aided enabling the Loan Fund to reclaim the tax on your gift.
By Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) schemes. Those who have an account with CAF may make regular donations using CAF vouchers; there is also a CAF Charity Card system, which involves phoning or writing, quoting your card number and its expiry date.
Download a Gift Aid Declaration form.
There are a number of ways in which you can help support the Loan Fund in achieving it aims.
Making or changing your Will to provide for a legacy or bequest to The Loan Fund for Musical Instruments - perhaps the gift of a musical instrument, or a freehold property or a sum of money - will help to maintain the charitable work of the Loan Fund in the years to come.
For more information about leaving a legacy please contact:
The Loan Fund for Musical InstrumentsThe Secretary1 Speed Highwalk, Barbican, London EC2Y 8DX
T: 020 7496 8980E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.lfmi.org.uk
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