The Stoodio Foundation
Each child is entitled to musical education, regardless of social circumstances and context.
There are several young people whose households cannot afford to pay these costs and find it very difficult to pay for musical events that have been totally free for certain older generations.
Organise annual Music Festivals with the funds going towards workshops for young disadvantaged aspiring musicians.
Support activities and programmes arranged by the local service that aim to inspire, encourage and motivate children and young people to begin or pursue their musical journeys.
Operate a grant programme for young people and their families/caregivers to register for ongoing support over a span of one year or longer to assist with the continuing expenses of courses, equipment, test fees, membership of the community, seminars and other events.
Provide financial assistance, through a supplemental talent programme, to children and young people whose musical aptitude may have been recognised through whole-class ensemble schooling but whose families are not in a position to afford further musical training after the first free year.
We need you
We need volunteers to assist in opening and closing Workshops, engage with tutors and participate in Stoodio Session, facilitate seamless operations of workshops, meet with the general public and guests and address their questions, and accept gifts, books and creative contributions .