Help us to DOUBLE THE DIFFERENCE with Big Give! 19-26 March

Published on 15th March 2024

Brewery Arts has been selected to take part in the Big Give – Arts for Impact 2024 campaign to raise vital funds to support arts and culture charities working to achieve social impact across the UK.

This funding will support Young Creatives: Music Makers, weekly music production workshops for young people in Kendal.

How it works
Our challenge is to raise £5,000 during campaign week.  Every pound we raise will be matched by the Big Give’s Champions, pound for pound.
So, if we reach our target of £5,000, the Big Give will double the amount we receive to £10,000!

Our campaign launches at midday on Tuesday 19 March 2024 and runs for seven days, closing at midday on Tuesday 26 March.

How you can help
  • Visit the Brewery Arts campaign page here when it goes live between midday on 19 March – midday on 26 March to make a donation of any amount.
  • Help us to spread the word by sharing our campaign page with family, friends and social media contacts
  • If you have any questions, please email
  • To find out more about our work please click here.

Why Young Creatives: Music Makers?

Music is a powerful force in shaping the lives of young people – unlocking a world of opportunity and inspiration. We believe every young person should have the opportunity to experiment with creative tools and that budding talent and ideas should be nurtured while navigating life as a teenager.

The young people we work with in Kendal have told us they need access to a communal space where they can develop music skills with others and be led by industry professionals. There is currently no provision for free and subsidised training for youth music production in Kendal. Young Creatives: Music Makers will address this gap.

All donations to our campaign will help us to deliver free and subsidised weekly training in our youth music workshops, bringing young people together to enjoy learning new skills, making friendships and boosting their confidence and wellbeing.

Thank you and please spread the word!

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