A new campaign dedicated to furthering education on mental health has received £250,000 in funding and the support of high profile figures in the music industry.
The UK's leading funder of new music was awarded at last night's ceremony in London for its dedication to diversity and talent development.
Hiatus, aka electronic producer Cyrus Shahrad, has released a song to raise money for Medical Aid For Palestinians (MAP), a UK based charity working in Gaza.
Youth Music’s new Give A Gig initiative calls on musicians and promoters to put on live music events to help disadvantaged young people.
Indie pop duo Summer Camp are to headline Club Attitude, an annual live music event set up to improve deaf and disabled people’s access to gigs.
Spotify is helping music lovers raise money for charity with the launch of its new Guilty Pledgers app.
Leading charity Help Musicians UK is inviting musicians and songwriters to take part in a new survey on its support services.
Gary Barlow is to play a special one-off gig at the Royal Albert hall in aid of music charity Nordoff Robbins.
The National Foundation for Youth Music has launched a new initiative to fund partnerships between schools and music education providers.
The National Foundation for Youth Music now supports more than 400 music projects, the highest number in its history.