Funding for Music Services to develop inclusion projects in 2020/21
MusicNet East:Changing Tracks is delighted to offer 2 action-research grants of £10,000 for music services to learn about the challenges, enablers and benefits of developing programmes of inclusive music making for children in challenging circumstances.
Successful applicants will deliver work, training and evaluation within a year (April 2020-March 2021), and will have support from joining our National Music Services Working Group for Inclusion. We are looking for music services who are really keen to challenge themselves to produce organisational change and to share the learning arising from this.
Please see application form and additional guidance below. If you’d like to arrange an informal conversation, please email email@example.com
Please send your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org by
Monday 23rd December 2019.
MNE-CT Action Research Guidance Final
MusicNet-East Changing Tracks is a partnership of Hertfordshire Music Service, Music Mark and funder The National Foundation for Youth Music. Our project is based at Hertfordshire Music Service and funded by Youth Music’s strategic Fund C programme running from 2018 to 2022. We’ve previously funded and worked with partners including Essex Music Services and Cambridgeshire Music and are delighted to be a founder member of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England.