At Services For Education, We Aim To Provide Musical Opportunities For All Children In Birmingham

Music is the key to unlocking young people’s potential. #MusicCan #YouCan

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#MusicCan have a profound impact on people all over the world.

It has the power to encourage, transform and inspire, like no other art form can. 

We have a vision in our charity to reach as many young people across Birmingham as possible, sending them on a journey through music, to shape them in to the best people they can be, regardless of their backgrounds or circumstances.

Our #MusicCan campaign exists to promote the huge number of positive effects music has on young people.

We want to raise awareness and important funds to be able to reach more children, enabling change across Birmingham, through music.

Research shows that these changes can come in the form of improving well-being, instilling confidence, increased intellectual development, creating friendships, to name but a few.

We bring music and learning tlife.

At Services For Education, we believe that every young person should be able to grow up to be the very best that they can be, regardless of their background. So in 2012, we set up the music service and our school support division to provide more opportunities for children in Birmingham to reach their full potential.

Feel free to get in touch with our Fundraising Manager, Luke McDonald

Email: luke.mcdonald@servicesforeducation.co.uk
Tel: 0121 366 9950

What does music mean to you?
Tweet us your stories using the hashtag #MusicCan

Registered with Fundraising Regulator logo, Services for Education are a not-for-profit

How Can you support us?

Click below to donate to a specific project or join our Friends. To give to the area of greatest need, please donate to our #MusicCan campaign by pressing the “donate” button above.

We are committed to continuing to provide our current level of support to the children and young people of Birmingham but we’d also really love to do even more.

We have ambitious plans to increase the number of young people we reach, including the introduction of work with disabled students, children under 5, looked after children and taking music further into the special needs environment – to name just a few.

However, to sustain our essential work and to realise these ambitions we need your help.