About us

I Give You Give is a direct link between artists and charities. And unlike other sites, we don't take a cut.

It's simple, really: we want to bring people together to help a common cause. We want to make it easier for people to give to the charities that need it most. And how better to do that than through a shared love of music?

We're a platform made to help artists, bands, festivals (and others) give their music, remixes and live sets, in return for donations to their chosen charities.

This connects people in a way that benefits everyone involved. Your music gets promoted. People get to enjoy it. And charities get vital donations. What's more, we don't charge anything for this service. No cuts. No lengthy contracts. That means your every penny raised from the music shared goes to those who need it most.

Donations

15/11/2018

£2.00 to Oxfam Refugee Crisis Appeal for Do They Know It's #Critmas Vol.2 by Critical Music

Anonymous

05/11/2018

£2.00 to Oxfam Refugee Crisis Appeal for Do They Know It's #Critmas Vol.2 by Critical Music

alec hummel

03/11/2018

£5.00 to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) for The Bridge by SWU.FM, The Blast & IGiveYouGive

Anonymous

01/11/2018

£5.00 to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) for The Bridge by SWU.FM, The Blast & IGiveYouGive

Anonymous

30/10/2018

£5.00 to Mental Health Foundation for The Bridge by SWU.FM, The Blast & IGiveYouGive

Anonymous

28/10/2018

£3.00 to Shelter for Life's Too Short To Be Shy by Get The Blessing & Viv Albertine

Anonymous

28/10/2018

£5.00 to Help Bristol's Homeless for The Bridge by SWU.FM, The Blast & IGiveYouGive

Anonymous

10/10/2018

£4.00 to Giraffe Conservation Foundation for #WorldGiraffeDay 2016 by Diffrent Music

Anonymous

09/10/2018

£1.00 to Refugee Community Kitchen for Boom Sound meets Mungos HiFi - the live recordings by Boom Sound Recordings

Anonymous

01/10/2018

£20.00 to Musicians Supporting the Homeless for Musicians Supporting The Homeless by Musicians Supporting The Homeless

Silke Hasler