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DOUBLE your impact this Giving Day!

It’s because of people like you that everyone has a fighting chance to live their best lives through groundbreaking initiatives that help our community and their loved ones. Giving Day is our chance to raise much needed funds to fight for people and improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life through music, art and diversional therapy. Will you join us this Giving Day on 1 June and help improve the quality and experience of healthcare through the arts?

Your donation will be DOUBLED if you give on or before Giving Day on 1 June!

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Your gift has double the impact!

Join us on 1 June for our biggest-ever Giving Day and double your impact in the fight to change lives and support our community!  

Thanks to a group of generous donors who have contributed to our Giving Day gift-match fund, your donation will be doubled when you give today, enabling you to make an even bigger difference.  

Remember, all donations received on or before 1 June will be doubled. Will you please give a kind gift today? 


Help us provide and expand our services

Currently, our music therapists provide services at the RAH and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) while our art therapists work with at the RAH and with palliative care patients at Southern Adelaide Palliative Services and at TQEH. We also facilitate weekly art groups in mental health units at the RAH, TQEH and Glenside. 

But without the help of people like you, we won’t be able to keep up with the rising need for music and art therapy in Adelaide. 

Will you consider giving a kind gift and DOUBLING the impact you will have on the many lives right here in Adelaide? 

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Help people like Margaret!

You can help people like Margaret, who spent months in the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) with an amputated leg. She benefited greatly from the therapeutic benefits of music. 

“I was bored to tears – I couldn’t do anything, and I was stuck on my side for most of the day when someone suggested music therapy,” says Margaret. 

“I find music therapy relaxing and it helps me switch off from whatever is happening in my life.” 

Will you help more patients like Margaret and DOUBLE your impact by giving a generous gift this Giving Day?