Bequeathing money to CASS

Bequeathing money to CASSGB in your Will ensures that our work supporting the single reed community can continue.

Legacies and bequests have played a significant role in supporting music education and other projects through funding and advocacy.

Such generosity ensures that our work helping the single reed community and securing the future of music in this country can continue.

Your bequest could contribute to:

  • Purchase for or donate to our Library in Cambridge
  • Purchase or loan instruments to help the underprivileged
  • Support projects or commissions that involve the clarinet and/or saxophone
  • Create a bursary to help the underprivileged


The CASSGB Library is widely recognised as a substantial resource of sheet music, books, journals and recordings. Keeping the Library up to date with the latest materials is particularly valuable to those who find the cost of purchasing difficult. You may wish to leave a gift in your Will to help with this work. Alternatively, you may wish to donate your own material. 


Purchasing an instrument is expensive and can deter those who do not have the resources. CASSGB work with a number of retailers to secure instruments to donate. You may wish to leave a gift in your Will to help with this work. Alternatively, you may wish to donate instrument(s) that you already own.

Projects and commissions

CASSGB is proud to have supported hundreds of projects in its forty years of existence. Each financial year, money is earmarked to fund applications made for funding and advocacy. Bequeathing money to fund this work directly contributes to the culture in the United Kingdom.

Creating a bursary or award from your legacy

CASSGB could offer a special bursary or award to members who are finding that financial difficulties
are prohibiting a goal in a number of disciplines. Creating a bursary would publically demonstrate your
commitment to music education in the United Kingdom.

What to do if you would like to remember CASSGB in your Will

Please contact us in the first instance to ensure that you have the necessary information to give to your solicitor when making or revising your Will.

Enquiries should be made directly to:

Tracy Connell - Secretary - Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain

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The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain is a company limited by guarantee registered in England No. 3010228, whose registered office is at Flat 51, Parkview Apartments, 122 Chrisp Street, London, E14 6ET. Email: membership(@) Tel: 01642 769 558

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