The power of music is something we all feel. So many events in life need a soundtrack: a long road trip, a first dance at a wedding, a carefully chosen piece to mark a loved one’s passing.
Music makes memories.
And yet, as a professional, a career in music can be uncertain and risky. Even the most talented find themselves unable to work when illness, injury or some other problem strikes. Without an income, a setback can quickly become a crisis.
This is where Support Act steps in. Support Act is a registered charity established by the music industry to provide a safety net for music professionals facing hardship.
If you are a music professional, Support Act is here to help, because your life is music.
Real People. Real Stories.
Whilst Support Act is a charity, we prefer to think that any financial assistance we are able to give as a grant, awarded in acknowledgment of your contribution to Australian music.
“The word ‘real value’ from an organisation like Support Act doesn’t even come close to it.”
“For my whole life it was just him and I. It happened out of nowhere, his passing. Finance wasn’t something I was thinking about at all before then.”
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THE BANDWAGON CAMPAIGN HAS NOW ENDED. YOU CAN STILL HELP SUPPORT ACT RAISE THE MONEY WE NEED TO HELP MUSIC PROS IN CRISIS. SIMPLY HEAD TO THE GIVE HELP PAGE WHERE YOU CAN DONATE OR SIGN UP AS A MEMBER
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Register your fundraising activity by calling us on 1300 731 303 or emailing us here. Once your fundraising is approved, we will need an image associated with your event and the details you wish to include such as the date, location and ticketing info.
To get started with fundraising page, please contact us on 1300 731 303
The South Australian Debonairs- April 15 2015
SA Debonairs Lunch
ADELAIDE, NORWOOD HOTEL If you are in Adelaide, come along to the monthly gathering of Daisy’s Debs. This is typically held on the third Wednesday of the month and each time sees a fantastic guest speaker and entertainment.
On April 15, Bob Francis will be the special guest. Bob is the man many credit with bringing the Beatles to Adelaide. When details of the original Australian tour were announced Adelaide didn't get a mention. 25 year old radio DJ Bob took it upon himself to start a petition to bring the band to Adelaide. Eighty thousand signatures later the band was on its way and Bob was an overnight sensation....Come along and find out more!
There will be live entertainment on the day plus food, friends, raffles, laughter and it's all for a very good cause.
12 noon for a 12.30pm start @ the Norwood Function Centre,corner Osmond Terrace & the Parade.