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  • Community Fundraising in 2014

    In 2014 we were lucky enough to be supported through some great communtiy fundraising efforts. We are so thankful for the amazing array of things you did to help raise money for our work.

    Liz Coombes ran an impressive 10k run in Palestine. She also organised a concert in Wales. Overall Liz raised an amazing £1397

    Laura Adlington and friends climbed mount snowden raising £255

    Sophie Davies swam 10k down the River Dart and raised £407

    Helen Luckman and Caroline Anderson raised £96 through a concert they organised with the Sheffield Wind Orchestra.

    Nicky Haire for organising a concert in Edinburgh and raising £85

    Isabel Bedford organised a concert and raised £243

    Ian Gronow for donating half the proceeds of his EP to us in 2014 and continues to in 2015!

    A huge THANK YOU to you all! We are so very lucky to have such wonderful people supporting our work.

    If you would like to fundraise for us this year please do get in touch with and she will be happy to help with ideas and give you any promotional materials.

  • Project Georgia Follow up visit

    This week volunteers Jenny and Isabel have returned to Tbilisi, Georgia to offer support and further training to Local Partners who received introductory training last year. On going support for our Local Partners is so important to ensure the long term sustainability of the music programme. Please Click here to donate and help to make sure music continues to play an important part in the lives of the children and young people at public school 198 and the Parents Bridge center!

    Thank you!
  • Support Us By Recycling Your Used Inkjet Cartridges

     We have now registered with Recycle 4 Charity, which means you can support us simply by recycling your used inkjet cartridges.  If you use an inkjet printer at home or at work, please contact us with your name, mailing address and number of bags required, and we will be happy to send you your FREE freepost recycling bags.  Alternatively, you can register online with Recycle 4 Charity and select us as your chosen charity.  

    You can also recycle your used mobile phones, however, due to Royal Mail's recent policy changes, these can't be sent in freepost envelopes, so please either post us your phone via regular mail (you will have to pay postage on this unfortunately), contact us, or register with Recycle 4 Charity to request a mobile phone collection box for your place of work.  Please note you will need a minimum of 25 mobile phones in order to arrange for a free collection service.

    Every little bit really does help so please do get in touch if you or anyone you know uses an inkjet printer (or has a lot of old mobiles lying around!).


  • National Youth Harp Orchestra of Great Britain

    We are delighted to have the support of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain this year:

    "Unique in Europe, the National Youth Harp Orchestra of Great Britain has thirty of the most talented harpists from across the UK. It was founded by their Director, Luisa Cordell, to provide a training platform and a wealth of opportunities for dedicated harpists. They regularly perform at prestigious events and concert venues across the UK, Europe and America; most recently members from the group performed at The British Embassy in Washington DC at a reception for the Clinton Family. All styles of music are explored in their concerts, from Classical and Celtic, to Contemporary and Film Scores.  The world-renowned harpist Marissa Robles has praised their “simply beautiful and passionate playing”. The NYHO are proud to be associated with Music as Therapy International."

    Do support us (and the orchestra) by coming along to their Gala Concert at The Cadogan hall in London on Saturday 18th July. Click here.


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