Nordoff Robbins awarded substantial grant from global’s make some noise

We’re delighted to have received substantial funding from Global’s Make Some Noise to support our work delivering life-changing music therapy to children in Scotland.

Global’s Make Some Noise is the official in-house charity of Global, the media and entertainment group. Each year, they award grants to specially selected projects up and down the country, which provide vital support for disadvantaged children, young people and their families.

The grant we’ve been awarded by Global’s Make Some Noise will help us to increase the number of music therapy sessions we’re able to run at our Glasgow centre as well as enabling us to continue to deliver music therapy sessions to children attending a Special Educational Needs school in Glasgow.

The grant will also allow us to continue our work at a project in Ayrshire, where our music therapist has been using music therapy to support young children, nursery staff and family members at a nursery school.

Connor Moore from our Trusts and Grants team said of the grant:

“This game-changing funding will be crucial in enabling us to continue our provision of life-changing music therapy to vulnerable and isolated children in Glasgow and Ayrshire. We’re incredibly grateful to Global’s Make Some Noise for their generosity, which will allow us to deliver music therapy to over one hundred children over a two-year period.”

Thank you everyone who donated to, and fundraised for Global’s Make Some Noise. We’re incredibly grateful for the support!