Clubjam at The Garage
On 2nd May, around 100 people took part in the second NRS Clubjam event at The Garage nightclub in Glasgow to raise over £1000 for the charity. Clubjam takes Bodyjam, the cardio workout where you are free to enjoy the sensation of dance out of the gyms and halls into the club! An addictive fusion of the latest dance styles and hottest new sounds puts the emphasis as much on having fun as on breaking a sweat. If you want to help fundraiser while keeping fit why not join us at the next Clubjam event at the end of August.
For more details check out the NRS Clubjam Facebook page!
Gallus Cooper and Friends
Huge thanks go to Gallus Cooper, Chris Glen Band, Darker than Black and to everyone who came along to support their recent charity gig raising over £2000.
Kindly supported by Glasgow Hard Rock Cafe the evening was a fantastic night of live rock music hosted by the legend Tom Russell culminating with Alice Cooper tribute act, Gallus Cooper! The Gallus stage show was something to be hold, highlights included a Swedish nurse, several costume changes and a live snake!
Notes : Spring 2015
Issue 4 of Notes, the Nordoff Robbins Scotland newsletter is now available to read in pdf format.
Can You Help?
We are busier than ever and need help! We are looking to expand our admin team with volunteers - could YOU help us change more lives through music by volunteering with Nordoff Robbins Scotland?
We offer database training and support in return for your regular commitment of 3 to 4 hours a week helping with office admin, answering the phone, filing and archiving and updating our database in either the Glasgow or Broxburn offices.
For further details or an informal chat please contact us on 01506 239578 or email email@example.com
Make Music, Change Lives
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is the only music therapy charity in the country. We use music in innovative and inspiring ways to connect to children and adults who face physical and mental challenges as a result of disability, illness or conditions such as autism and dementia. Our therapists work in schools, hospitals, hospices, care homes and in our own clinics.
Your donations help us to meet the growing need for music therapy as people increasingly recognise how it can dramatically change lives. We need around £500,000 a year to fund our work and rely on the generosity of our donors to keep our services accessible to the people who need us most. £50 could provide one music therapy session; £1000 could sponsor a therapist for a year.
To find out how you can help to transform a life, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.