Please use the form below to register your interest for the Nordoff Robbins Carol Service which will be held at St Luke's Church, Chelsea, on Tuesday 13 December 2016.

Remember a Charity in your Will week aims to encourage people to leave a gift to charity in their Will and we thought we’d answer a few frequent questions. Making a Will is an important decision, so we do recommend speaking to a solicitor if you’d like more detailed information.

On Sunday 11 September Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson and Peanut (Nick Baines) ran 13.1 miles in the Great North Run before heading on stage to headline the Graham Wylie Foundation’s inaugural fundraising concert.

HelloBands, a UK-based online ticketing startup, has launched its promotional platform targeting live unsigned music and will be using the gigs to help us change more lives through music. 

It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of our much-loved colleague and friend Fiona Haycock who left us on Wednesday 31 August following a battle with cancer.

Nordoff Robbins Director of Fundraising and Communications, Jo Carter, says

I'm running the Royal Parks Half Marathon in October for Nordoff Robbins.

Music therapy isn't curative, but it can drastically improve quality of life and help people to make connections and express themselves in ways that language doesn't allow. Watch the video of Kath to see how music can help those in advanced stages of dementia and check out their website for more stories on the amazing work they do for children living with autism and other conditions that affect communication.

Three dozen of Universal Music’s UK-based staff are limbering up for an epic 300-mile, three-day, charity bike ride from our HQ in Kensington, across the Channel, to the company’s quartier general on the cobbled streets of Paris.

Departing on September 15, the mixed ability group will be joined by four of the Universal Music France team to make a 40-strong peloton who will aid each through the busy streets of London, over the hilly approach to Dover, along the flats of northern France and finally down the iconic Champs-Élysées.

I am a survivor of a car accident which happened over half a decade ago on October the 17th. I suffered a broken femur and pelvis, torn ligaments in my knee but most devastatingly of all, a severe traumatic brain injury. Whilst still in a coma it was predicted that I would never walk and talk again.