Help Musicians UK - one month on

Exactly one month ago, we became Help Musicians UK.

625 new Facebook likes, 310 more followers, 231 Emerging Excellence applications and 41 Help and Advice applications later, we can report that our mission to reach more musicians across the UK than ever is very much under way.

Even better than the statistics is your support.

Since Monday 13 January, you've been tweeting, posting, emailing, writing and calling us and the response has been overwhelming.

Here's what you had to say:

The Gravity Drive ‏@TheGravityDrive Feb 7

#ff Respect to @HelpMusiciansUK for all the hard work helping musicians. Check them out and read all about it

Karousel Music ‏@KarouselMusic Feb 1

@HelpMusiciansUK saved one of ours last year and we're going to do all we can to let the world know about them. Charity we care about dearly

Louise Jordan ‏@ljordanmusic Jan 30

Proud to be a @HelpMusiciansUK artist.

Adrian Smith ‏@Kernowsmith Jan 17

Thank you for all your help that you have given me,and my family over the years.Best to you all there

British Youth Opera ‏@BYOpera Jan 17

#ff the newly renamed @HelpMusiciansUK, who've already been helping musicians (including numerous BYO alumni) for more than 80 years!

Victoria Jess ‏@victoriakjess Jan 16

A fantastic charity essential to the music industry!

Ollie Howell ‏@OllieHowellJazz Jan 14

Proud to be a featured artist on the new @HelpMusiciansUK site

rach_riot ‏@rach_riot Jan 13

These guys helped me out immensely when I was ill, check out their new website! @HelpMusiciansUK #HelpMusiciansUK

“I'd just like to express my thanks and appreciation for the way in which you have sensitively supported my daughter during a period of time in which she has been seriously ill and in some financial difficulty as a result. Sending her a birthday card and an extra donation was a particularly humane touch which was really appreciated.”

“Keep up the good work ! Music brings so much joy to so many people.”

“Congratulations on the new identity - very natty ;)”

“I want to sincerely thank you for everything you have done for me and my family so far.”

"I couldn't have survived without them when I got a brain injury following a horse riding accident in September 2012. They have been incredibly generous and still are as I'm not back to full time teaching and playing yet."

"Thank-you for your invaluable help when my husband had to stop playing the horn. Terrible times for us but couldn't have survived without you."


Keep letting us know your thoughts and please help us spread the word to musicians and music lovers.

Here's to the next 93 years!


ShareShare this Back
gallery item
gallery item
gallery item
gallery item
gallery item
Help Musicians UK on Twitter


3 minutes ago


4 minutes ago

Things we love to hear πŸ‘†

6 minutes ago

Follow us