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Gifts in wills

A gift in your will could change a young person’s life. Help us break down the barriers that young people are facing every day, and support the next generation of young musicians.

Since 1999, we've supported hundreds of music-making organisations that help young people develop their musical skills, build their confidence and self-worth, and provide a safe and welcoming environment. Our funded projects are a lifeline to many young people.

Types of legacy

  • Pecuniary: A gift of a fixed sum of money.
  • Residuary: A gift of the residue (or a share of the residue) of your estate. Residue is whatever is left after all debts, funeral expenses, certain other costs and tax and any other legacies have been deducted.
  • Specific: A gift of a named item – for example, a musical instrument, a painting, buildings, land, etc.
Young person wearing hospital bracelet holding tambourine
Young musician at the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital. Photo by Elam Forrester.

How to include a gift in your will

If you'd like to include Youth Music in your will, you'll need to share our registered charity name, charity address and registered charity number with your solicitor, will writer, or online will provider.

Registered charity name: The National Foundation for Youth Music

Address: Youth Music, 3-5 Swan Court, 9 Tanner Street, Bermondsey, London, SE1 3LE.

Registered charity number: 1075032

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Make a will online

We have partnered with Farewill - the UK’s number 1 online will writing service - to offer a limited number of free wills to our valued supporters.

Contact us

Are you interested in leaving a gift in your will? Do you have any queries about leaving a legacy? Contact Hannah, our Fundraising and Events Assistant, who will be happy to help you.

Telephone: 020 7902 1096