Big Give Christmas Challenge 21 – please wait to donate!

We’re delighted that we will be taking part in The Big Give #ChristmasChallenge21 again this year, with an even more ambitious target of £24,000. That means we need to raise £12,000 online during the campaign.

From 12 noon on Tuesday 30 November until 12 noon on Tuesday 7 December, donations to our Big Give campaign page will be matched by The Childhood Trust and Friends of Apollo, Ian and Pauline Howat.

That means DOUBLE the donation, TWICE the impact. All funds raised will go towards our schools’ programme, and will enable us to bring the magic of live classical music to as many children as possible this year.

The button below will take you directly to our Big Give campaign page as soon as it goes live on Tuesday 30 November at 12:00 noon.

Thank you as ever for your support.


Click the button above to donate in any currency. We will be very grateful for any amount you are able to give.

You can also donate in the following ways:

  • By cheque, made out to ‘Apollo Music Projects’, and posted to:
    Apollo Music Projects
    43 Clifden Road
    London E5 0LL
  • By bank transfer – please contact us to ask for our bank details.
  • By standing order or direct debit – please contact us for more details.

Friends of Apollo Music Projects
You can become a Friend of Apollo Music Projects by making an annual donation as small as £30. For more information about the Friends scheme click here.

Gift Aid
If you are a UK taxpayer and would like to enable us to reclaim 25p tax on every £1 you donate, please scan and send a completed Gift Aid Form (download here: AMP GA declaration 2016) or send it to us by post (click here for contact details).

When donating through website please remember to tick the Gift Aid box, and your Gift Aid will be added automatically to your donation.

If you chose to donate via Localgiving, you do not need to complete a separate Gift Aid Form, just tick the Gift Aid box on the Localgiving donation page.

Privacy Policy
New data protection laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), were enforced throughout Europe on 25 May 2018.

We are making changes to the way we work with personal data and are ensuring that we are compliant with GDPR regulations. The personal data which we process is kept up-to-date, is accessed securely and will never be shared with anyone outside the charity. Our updated Privacy Policy explains this in greater detail and should you want to change or access the permission we have to hold your data, please email

To review our updated Privacy Policy click here.