Our dedicated on-the-ground team in Scotland is led by Suzanne Miller as Help Musicians Scotland Manager, David Culbert as Programmes & Outreach Officer, Étáin Sweeney as Fundraising & Volunteer Officer, and Sharon Stephen as Scottish Music Liaison.
The charity works to create a sustainable future for all musicians by offering health and welfare services and creative and professional development through grants and funding.
As an independent charity, donations and support for funding is vital. We are pleased to say that all funds raised in Scotland, go back into Help Musicians Scotland.
Through our dedicated team, Help Musicians Scotland reaches the entire country, to support, reflect and celebrate the diversity and impact of Scottish music.
Creative Scotland’s Creative Freelancer Hardship Fund
As of 12 noon Friday December 11 2020, Help Musicians Scotland has completed the processing of Creative Scotland’s Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers to freelance musicians in need. Notification of grants for applications submitted before December 1 will be sent by Tuesday December 22.
Please note that, from December 11, all applications to Creative Scotland’s Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers will be handled by Creative Scotland.
In what has been one of the most challenging years for musicians, we are so pleased to have worked with Creative Scotland to assist in reaching musicians in need.
If you have complex needs that go beyond financial hardship and would like to speak with a Help Musicians caseworker, please do email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 239 9101
Contact our Scotland office:
0141 404 9502
Help Musicians Scotland is registered with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). Registered charity No. SC049625