Lost Chord UK’s Silver Fundraising Appeal

As we celebrate 25 years of uplifting communities through the transformative power of music, Lost Chord UK is thrilled to launch our Silver Fundraising Appeal. This milestone is not just about looking back on all we’ve achieved, but also about building towards a better future where we can reach even more people living with dementia and other neurological conditions around the UK.

Support our Silver Fundraising Appeal Campaign, celebrating 25 years of uplifting the spirit of well-being and mental health by working in harmony with Communities.

How it works: We invite everyone — people, friends, families, businesses, and community groups—to join us in this celebration. Whether you’re a long-time supporter or new to our mission, your contribution will make a significant impact through this appeal.

Where: Donations can be made directly on our website or through the year-long UK-wide community events we’ll be hosting throughout the year.

How to support: We are always grateful for donations of anything you can give but to support the Appeal why not donate a symbolic amount reflecting our 25-year goals and milestones? Whether it’s £2.50, £25, or £250, or whatever you can give, every penny helps us reach our goal.

What your donation could do:

£25 Could provide prompts and scarves for our musicians to use to encourage more movement and improve mobility for participants at music sessions

£250 could fund a Care Home or Community Centre first taster session

£2,500 could fund a year of a whole year of Interactive sessions benefiting people with dementia in a care home, all year long.

Why Your Support Matters:

Over the past 25 years, Lost Chord UK has brought joy, connection, and improved well-being to countless individuals through our interactive music sessions. Our talented musicians and dedicated volunteers have made a profound difference in the lives of people with dementia and other neurological conditions, helping them connect with their carers and loved ones, and improving their mental and physical health.

Here’s what we’ve achieved so far: our map shows the hundreds of interactive music sessions we deliver to care homes, dementia cafes, community centres, and other venues across the UK. It is entirely because of you, our supporters, we have delivered countless smiles, moments of joy and reconnection between people and their loved ones, and are shared with our musicians and committed volunteers.

Lost Chord receiving a donation cheque

Thanks To Our Partners

We thank our community partners for their ongoing support. Strong community partnerships sharing joint goals, help us extend our reach and deepen our impact.

Support Our Ambitious Goal

As part of our 25th anniversary celebration, we aim to reach 25 new locations across the UK supporting people that need our support. This expansion is crucial to meet the growing demands of people on our waiting list who are eager to experience the benefits of our interactive music sessions. Your support whatever the size could help us support new people with dementia currently without an interactive music service, in Newcastle, Cumbria, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester and other locations.

How You Can Help

Your donation can: fund new interactive music sessions in under-served communities and support our musicians and volunteers in bringing the joy of music to more people. Help us through our music re-connect people with carers and loved ones, creating memorable experiences that improve their quality of life. Every donation, no matter the size, brings us closer to our goal.

By supporting our Silver Fundraising Appeal, you’re not just donating money — you’re creating moments of joy and connection for those who need it most.

Join us in celebrating 25 years of making a difference through uplifting musical experiences. Let’s build towards a future where everyone can experience the uplifting power of music.

Donate today and be part of something truly special. Together, we can make the joy of interacting with music a reality for more communities across the UK.