News - August 2019

Donor of the Month for August

Posted in Fundraising Events on 30th August 2019

Our Donor of the Month for August is now revealed...   We believe passionately in the power of music and we are pleased that our donors feel the same.   Does music play an important part in your life too and do you feel that you want to support others have... Read on

Initial Visit at Invernevis House

Posted in Blog, Projects on 29th August 2019

Clare Reynolds shares her experience of the initial visit at Invernevis House in her first project blog: So, day one (the intial visit) of our Invernevis Music as Therapy project. A little confusion to begin with but when has there ever been a project without... Read on

Busking at Eymet Market

Posted in Fundraising Events on 28th August 2019

Earlier in the Summer Edie and Katie put their musical talents to work for us, busking at Eymet Market and donating the proceeds to us. Alexia, our Director, first encountered music therapy when she was of a similar age - an experience that started the passion... Read on

Project announcement: Introductory Training at Chelsea Court Place

Posted in Blog, Projects on 22nd August 2019

We are delighted to announce another UK Introductory Training Project, starting next week on Friday 30th August, in partnership with Chelsea Court Place, a residential home for people living with dementia.  Chelsea Court Place is situated in Kensington, London... Read on

Locally-Led Support Visits in Rwanda

Posted in Projects on 21st August 2019

Our 3 Rwandan Local Trainers (Audace, Alphonsine and Fidele) have visited staff in 4 centres who they have trained in 2018 to use music when working with the children in their care. It is fantastic to know that the Locally-Led Training in Rwanda is going a step... Read on

Introductory Training Project begins at Invernevis House

Posted in Blog, Projects on 14th August 2019

We're excited to announce our latest UK introductory training project, in partnership with Invernevis House, in the Scottish Highlands! Invernevis House is an NHS Highland Care Home in Fort William, managed by Claire Cameron, who is a  strong believer in... Read on

Capacity Building in Romania

Posted in Projects on 6th August 2019

It has been great to hear from two of our Local Partners in Romania, Monika Szabo and Maia Indries, who have been taking their music skills to a people attending a hospice in Tinca. Monika explained that their original aims were to use music to add to the patients... Read on

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