A musicians’ life can be precarious and we support people who suddenly find themselves in a crisis
Given the nature of life as a musician, financial hardship is often never too far away. Contact our Health and Welfare team today if you are struggling, but also read through the other organisations on this page that offer financial support and advice.
Help Musicians Financial Welfare
We can support musicians in the short term who suddenly find themselves in a moment of crisis. If you are in this situation then please get in touch today to discuss how we can support you.
Advice on financial issues can be found through Citizens Advice Bureaux, either by visiting your local office or their website.
The ISM offers a range of business and tax services, including help with invoicing, keeping accounts and tax.
PRS Members’ Fund
PRS provide support and advice to members and their families, who may be struggling financially and are in need of help.
Royal Society of Musicians
Britain’s oldest music charity aims to provide vital financial assistance, advice and guidance to those professionally active in the world of music but who are unable to work due to accident, illness, stress or anxiety.
Royal Variety Charity
The Royal Variety Charity’s help is UK-wide and works to support and assist thousands of people who have worked professionally in music and other creative industries.
If you are struggling financially, one of the best sources of online advice is Step Change. They provide the UK’s most comprehensive debt advice service and help people with debt problems take back control of their finances and their lives.
The Musicians’ Union
The Musicians’ Union represents and advises musicians working across the music industry.
Trussell Trust support a nationwide network of food banks which provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty.
Turn2us helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help – online, by phone and face to face through partner organisations.