As a small group, having to fundraise ourselves as a group, we appreciate how difficult it is to raise funds for charities and good causes. Whenever we perform a show, we try where possible to donate back some of the profit from the show to good causes and charities. We also use money from shows to enable us to maintain our stage and equipment and upgrade our equipment from time to time. 

Our audiences tend to like to know where their ticket money goes (besides covering the cost to produce the shows) and so with that in mind, some of our previous causes we have donated to are shown below. We hope we can keep adding to the list but this is just a few of them.

If you are an audience member and have a cause special to you which you'd like to be considered for donations, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.  


Following the Sri Lankan Tsunami disaster, Melody Makers decided as a group that we wanted to donate to help those affected by the disaster. Rather than money getting "lost in administration" with the charity funds set up by government, we decided to donate to a small village directly.


In 2007, we managed to raise enough money to purchase medical equipment in the form of two much needed "Pulse Oximeter" units for the doctors surgeries in Benllech and Llangefni.


In 2016, we managed to donate £500 to the Alaw cancer Unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd via Awyr Las to help buy equipment for the unit and help those affected by cancer throughout North Wales.  
In 2017 we managed to donate £100 to St David's Hospice. St David's Hospice is a local charity providing hospice care to adult patients across Conwy, Gwynedd and Anglesey. They deliver free, high-quality, specialist palliative care to patients with advanced illnesses, their family and carers.
In 2018, we managed to donate £100 to The Brain Tumour Charity. They are the world’s leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally, committed to saving and improving lives. They are set on finding new treatments, offering the highest level of support and driving urgent change. This is a cause close to the hearts of our members.

We have donated £550 to the Ty Gobaith charity (Hope House).

The little princess trust are a charity who make real hair wigs for children who have lost their hair due to having treatment for cancer. As we use wigs and costumes on stage we felt this was a good cause to donate. We have managed to donate £350 to them which is the cost of each wig.

In 2017 we managed to donate £250 to Tyddyn Mon on Anglesey who support adults with learning difficulties live a normal life. 

In 2017 we have managed to donate £250 towards the Anglesey Riding for the Disabled association. They do excellent work throughout the community helping children and adults with disabilities be able to enjoy horse riding. One of their riders Shannon qualified for the RDA Dressage Final in July and so the money has helped sponsor Shannon throughout her journey. 
In 2018, we managed to donate £50 to the Ogwen Mountian Rescue team who are a voluntary mountain rescue team responding to incidents in the mountains and valleys surrounding the Ogwen Valley, Glyderau and Carneddau mountain ranges and surrounding area in northern Snowdonia. They are on-call 24 hours a day, throughout the year carrying out their vital work.

We have donated £500 to the Alzheimer's Society.

We have donated £600 to the air ambulance. A very worthy cause indeed. A further donation of £150 was made in 2018.


We have donated £200 to Moelfre Coastguard.

In 2017 we managed to donate £250 to the North Wales Society for the Blind who do excellent work for those in North Wales and the surrounding areas. 

We have made donations to the Community & Ex Servicemen's Hall in Benllech where we perform our productions. Being a registered charity they, like us, struggle to raise funds to maintain the hall and improve facilities therefore we thought it a nice gesture to donate some funds back in to the hall to help them keep the hall open for all the community to enjoy for years to come. 
In 2018, we managed to donate £150 to the Llangefni Community First Responders who are a local group of volunteers trained to respond to life threatening emergencies alongside the ambulance service in Llangefni and surrounding villages.
In 2018, we managed to make a donation of £50 to the Donkey Sanctuary, a cause selected by our members. The Donkey Sanctuary has grown from a charity rescuing UK donkeys from neglect and abuse to an international animal welfare organisation transforming the lives of millions of donkeys and mules, and the people who depend on them for their livelihood. Today, they have 10 sanctuaries around the UK and Europe, giving lifelong care to over 6,000 donkeys and mules, and they reach approximately 1.8 million donkeys and mules through their work in 35 countries worldwide.

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