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Charities and benevolent funds

We work with a number of other charities who help musicians and related performers.  

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PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund
PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund

The PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund provides financial help and advice to PRS members suffering hardship due to illness, accident, disability or conditions associated with old age.

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Royal Society of Musicians
Royal Society of Musicians

The Royal Society of Musicians provides assistance to its members and their dependents in times of need due to illness, accident or old age.

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Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

The Incorporated Society of Musicians is a professional body which lobbies on behalf of its members. As well as offering comprehensive insurance, legal information and career development advice, as a member you are also entitled to apply for assistance from their Benevolent Fund. 

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Musicians' Union
Musicians' Union

The Musicians' Union is the trade union for musicians, with over 30,000 members working in all sectors of the music business.

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The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund
The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund

The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund is the largest UK charity for professionals working in pre, post and production sectors. Their help covers all aspects of distribution, exhibitions, broadcasting and home entertainment.

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Royal Variety Charity
Royal Variety Charity

The Royal Variety Charity assists those who've worked professionally in the entertainment industry and are in need of help. The charity strives to support all those, both young and old, who've worked on the stage, in the wings, in front of a camera, or behind it, as well as all those who have spent their lives working in the numerous support industries dedicated to entertainment.

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The Actors' Children's Trust (TACT)
The Actors' Children's Trust (TACT)

The Actors' Children's Trust offers financial support, information and advice to actors whose children have special needs, learning disabilities or long-term ill-health, up to the age of 21. They can also offer help with childcare costs and other expenses for actors who are living with cancer or other illness, or facing family crisis. They simply ask that you and one or both of your parents are or have been a professional actor, or that acting has been a significant part of your or their career to date.

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