You can donate securely online by going to www.justgiving.com/dmp/donate or by clicking the button below. It's safe and easy to set up a one-off or monthly donation this way.
Donate by Text
You can donate simply and instantly by texting DMGC10 £insertamounthere to 70070. For example, if you want to donate £50, type DMGC10 £50 and send your text to 70070.
Donate by BACS
If you have access to online/internet/telephone banking, you can donate money straight in to our bank account. Please contact us by emailing email@example.com or telephoning 020 7739 5444 for our bank details.
Donate by Post
Download and complete the Donation Form and send it with your cheque to:
60 - 61 Old Nichol Street
London, E2 7HP
Leave a Legacy
If you would like to leave a legacy to Drake Music, please get in contact with our CEO Carien Meijer firstname.lastname@example.org. Your pledge is confidential and not legally binding. It helps us greatly to plan ahead, but does not commit you in any way.
Make a Difference
RAMP It Up!
Real Accessible Musical Participation for disabled children and young people: Our fully inclusive schools-based programme, using assistive technology to increase musical participation by disabled pupils in both special and mainstream education. Read an Associate Musician's blog.
The Brazilian Connection
Collaborative music project between Drake Music and Mais Diferenças in Brazil, forging meaningful links between disabled musicians from two cultures, culminating in a Skype teleconference & live jam session. Find out more.
Case study: Drake Music working with Discover
"Working with Drake Music was a really fantastic experience. Not only were they able to give us strong practical advice about music technology, but they were able to look at our unique setting and make suggestions that work with our activities." Read Zoe at Discover Children’s Story Centre's report.
Hacking To Make Music Accessible
We're working with Music Hackspace and Furtherfield, to increase the number of quality accessible musical instruments by stimulating, supporting and testing the development of new instrument types. Read our Research & Development blog.