Trusts and Foundations

Grants from Trusts and Foundations are an essential element in our fund-raising. They contribute considerably to the well being of the London Bach Society and enable innovative projects  and imaginative programming to be presented for which we are truly grateful.

Grant-making Trusts and Foundations

  • encourage and support our new work
  • encourage and support our work towards the future
  • help us to nurture and support new talent
  • support us in our work to build the audiences of the future
  • recognise and support musical excellence

LBS Activities and Events promoted with grants from Trusts & Foundations

  • encourage young people to widen their musical horizons
  • encourage the exploration of new musical avenues
  • support young musicians in postgraduate study or at the beginning of their performing careers
  • provide life long learning opportunities

Here are just some of the Trusts & Foundations that have supported the London Bach Society

  • The Andor Charitable Trust
  • The Angus Alnatt Charitable Foundation
  • The John S Cohen Foundation
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • The Amaryllis Fleming Foundation
  • The Golsoncott Foundation
  • The Hargreaves and Ball Trust
  • The Edward Harvist Trust
  • The Manifold Trust
  • The N M Rothschild Charitable Trust
  • Sir Siegmund Warburg’s Voluntary Settlement
  • Anon – those Trusts & Foundations who wish their support to remain anonymous

Private Trusts

In addition to grant-making trusts the London Bach Society, as a registered charity (CC No: 1082788), is eligible to receive donations from private trusts. If you would like to give a donation from your Private Trust and help the Society to develop its performing and educational work then….

Please send your donation by cheque (payable to London Bach Society) to: -

London Bach Society, 73 High Street, Old Oxted, Surrey RH8 9LN

All grants and donations are acknowledged.



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