Charanga is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and is continually working towards ensuring all children and young people can have opportunities to enjoy and progress with their music-making.
While operating as a business, we are committed to providing social good in everything we do.
Charanga is therefore proud to support Youth Music – a national charity that invests in grassroots organisations to help 0–25-year-olds make, learn and earn in music.
Today, Youth Music and Charanga are working in partnership to further the aim of supporting young people’s creative music-making in England, Scotland and Wales.
Our partnership was originally set up to overcome the barriers to music-making resulting from COVID-19 when face-to-face delivery became increasingly complex, and access to music-making tools was limited. The partnership provided young people with additional tools to overcome these barriers.
Building on its initial success – a project that benefited over 50 community organisations and well over 1,000 young people – the partnership continues today with all Youth Music funded organisations and the young people they support being offered free access to Charanga YuStudio, a creative music suite with three elements: