Corporate Social Responsibility

Here at Marshall, we’re not just about amps, we’re about people. We value individuals from all walks of life and understand that everyone faces their own unique challenges. That’s why we’re committed to making a difference to the lives of people. We’re proud to support the following charities.

Music and Education

We know first hand the power that music has. There's a whole host of reasons why people of all ages pick up an instrument, and Marshall is there to support and nuture people throughout their playing journey, as well as to help navigate their way through the music industry. From providing equipment and opportunities to advice and insight, Marshall is comitted to supporting those who want to make their mark in music.

Hanwell Hootie

As the birthplace of Marshall, Hanwell has a special place in our heart, which is why we absolutely had to support the Hanwell Hootie, the largest free, one-day music festival in London. Since launching in 2013 the Hanwell Hootie has become a not to be missed date in the calender and each year features over 100 bands across 17 venues. Find out more at


Marshall Amplification are proud to support a wide array of local charities and give back to Milton Keynes, the town that has grown with us, and the surrounding area.

Northampton Saints

Playing at Franklin's Gardens, Northampton Saints is one of the most succesful rugby union clubs in England. With a host of international players and regular appearances in European competitions, the Saints have established themselves as perennial Premiership contenders. Find out more at

Ride High

The benefit that animals have on our well-being has been documented in science for many years and is now being seen practice more and more. Milton Keynes based charity, Ride High, has been at the forefront of this movement, transforming the lives of local disadvantaged children by giving them the chance to work with horses. Through riding, grooming and personal interaction, these children gain the confidence and life-skills they need to move forward in the world. Find out more at

Supporting your charity

All requests for charitable donations and support must be made in writing to:

FAO The Jim Marshall Charitable Trust
Marshall Amplification
Denbigh Road