Charities and other links
Charities who support people in many ways, from finance to health, and other useful links for musicians:
StressPoints is a ‘not for profit’ self-help forum designed to help musicians deal with disruption to a performing career whether through injury, anxiety, retirement or redundancy.
Help for people in need. Benevolence Today is a campaign aiming to raise awareness of benevolent charities.
British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM)
BAPAM delivers specialist health support to performing artists.
PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund
PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund is a registered charity that provides assistance to members and ex-members of the Performing Rights Society and their families.
The Royal Society of Musicians of Great Britain
Provides assistance to those working in the music profession and their dependants, when in need, because of accident, illness, or old age.
Bankruptcy-Insolvency.co.uk - debt advice service.
The advice team at Bankruptcy-Insolvency.co.uk provides confidential advice on how to deal with debt problems. Helpline 0800 074 6918.
Young Singers’ Welfare Foundation
A charitable trust that supports UK-based, self-employed, professional classical singers under the age of 40 who suffer financial hardship as a result of a serious medical condition or illness.
Jackie Morris is the highly acclaimed illustrator of Ted Hughes‘s ‘How the whale became’ and many other children’s books. Jackie designs an exclusive Christmas card for the Fund each year.
Counsellor, cognitive analytic therapist and music therapist approved by the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) for the specialist treatment of performance anxieties and work- related stresses.
Media Plant offer a professional DVD and CD duplication and replication service. For more information, visit now.
Piano dealer, concert and domestic hire and music rehearsal rooms.
137A Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8TU. Tel: 020 7242 9865 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org