Donate to us

Make a donation today to Make Some Noise and your contribution will change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people.

Contributions can be a one-off donation or regular payments. Every donation contributes to raising money for those who need it most.


You can safely donate to Make Some Noise in a number of ways. Through PayPal, JustGiving and as a Facebook Fundraiser. Our JustGiving page is the best page to go to though 😁

Please also remember to GiftAid any donations.


If you are running an activity or taking part in a challenge e.g. a marathon, sponsored silence or 24hr gig, please think of donating to Make Some Noise.

Please visit our Justgiving page to set up your Fundraising Page.


Your company can become a corporate partner of Make Some Noise and, as well as supporting our Charity, will have access to a wide range of sponsorship benefits.

Please download our Partnership brochure for further details.

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How Make Some Noise makes a difference

Make Some Noise uses music as a hook to engage disadvantaged children and young people and act as a catalyst for positive, lasting change.

Music Programmes

Besides educational benefits, music gives children the many life lessons that can contribute to the professional and personal achievements in adult life.

Providing opportunity

Marginalised children and young people are given opportunities to experience achievement. In doing so they build social capital and become better able to contribute to the local community.

Supporting the community

Our community events give children and young people the chance to showcase their work and challenge negative stereotypes. In doing so, they become positive role models for others.

Results and outcomes

Children & young people gain transferable skills through project management, goal setting and delivering a finished product. Our sessions builds confidence, raises self-esteem and impacts on aspirations

Case studies

Emerging Project Co-ordinator, Enriching Future

Marie Warner, once a Make Some Noise beneficiary through early years project in 2008 was inspired to become further involved with Make Some Noise and in 2013 with the help of a `Breakthrough’ commission, Marie created her own lunch time music project

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Emerging Music Organisation

Re:Source Me is a new company aiming to inspire and educate young people through the creative arts. Having worked previously with Make Some Noise, they were able to develop the Beat/Repeat music technology project which worked with a group of young residents from North Staffordshire YMCA.

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Special Education Needs, Enriching Futures

Z is a 14 year old boy from a white British background. He attends a Special School. He has attended this school since the age of 6. Z was quiet and lacked confidence at the beginning of the programme with poor literacy skills

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Make Some Noise Impact Report for 2016-2017

Download the Make Some Noise Impact Report for 2016-2017 to learn more about how we help children and young people dealing with challenging circumstances and what our aspirations are for the following year.

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