The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has donated £250,000 to support the work of Nordoff Robbins.

The donation will go towards funding work at the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Unit based in the grounds of the world renowned BRIT School in Croydon, South London and the running of our music therapy work in the South East. The unit provides an essential music therapy service to children and adults of all ages, who struggle with many different types of physical and mental challenges, as well as being a valuable resource for the community and surrounding areas.

Mark Wordsworth, Chairman of the Trustees of The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, says: "Andrew Lloyd Webber is delighted that the money he gifted to the Foundation is now being used to contribute to a wide range of projects and making a significant contribution to the arts for the public benefit."

According to Nordoff Robbins: “Our work at Nordoff Robbins is life changing. Through music we are able to transform the lives of many thousands of disadvantaged and vulnerable people. This money will help us deliver essential services to those who need them.”

David Munns, Chairman, Nordoff Robbins said “We are incredibly grateful to the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation for this donation and grateful to Lord Lloyd Webber for his generosity. Thanks to him and the work of his Foundation, we will be able to transform the lives of many thousands of vulnerable children and adults.”

Find out more about the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation here.

Source: Nordoff Robbins

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