SUPPORT AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN TODAY. GIVE THE GIFT OF MUSIC.
BECOME A FUNDER
The ACMF is reliant on the generous support of funders to maintain our programs in disadvantaged areas. ACMF programs cost $35,000 each year to run, and hence we are heavily reliant on funding to ensure our programs are maintained. Please help support disadvantaged children across Australia.
PARTNER WITH US
The ACMF is always keen to develop new partnerships to help us change children’s lives through the magic of music. This may involve pro-bono support, in-kind goods and services, financial support and/or information services. These partnerships are incredibly beneficial to the companies involved, demonstrating corporate and social responsibility and giving back to the community through our volunteer programs.
FUNDRAISE FOR US
Fundraising is extremely important to ensuring the continuation of our music programs. You could hold a fundraising event for ACMF, such as a school fundraiser or mufti day, a Music Performance or Karaoke Night, take part in an organised community event (eg City To Surf or the Cole Classic Swim) or engage with workplace giving.
Making a bequest to the ACMF will allow us to secure the future of music for children in Australia. No matter how big or how small, a bequest will allow us to continue bringing the magic of music to children across Australia for many years to come. To make a bequest, contact your solicitor to find out how you can best incorporate the ACMF into your will.
The Joel AbernEthy Advantage Fund
The Joel Abernethy Advantage Fund was established in February 2014 with a generous donation from Joel Abernethy’s mother and father Wendy Smyrk & John Abernethy, in association with the Australian Children’s Music Foundation to honour their son Joel’s memory. A discretionary award will be made to provide support and encouragement to a young ACMF Program student who displays outstanding personal and musical attributes.
If you would like to donate to the Joel Abernethy Advantage Fund, this will enable us to help more young musicians in need.