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May 13, 2019
Mental Health in the Music Industry
The music industry has always been a volatile environment triggering vulnerabilities that can lead to mental health challenges and emotional breakdowns. Here at the PRS Members’ Fund, we understand that the pathway of a music […]
Cyril Wood Court has a longstanding reputation for being a creative hub for older or less able people, providing a productive living space for songwriters, composers, musicians, writers, painters and crafts-people.
The Fund is here to support qualifying PRS members who are experiencing difficult times. We do this directly through provision of grants, information and signposting to other support services, as well as through our partner […]
Here at the Fund we know lots of beneficiaries have housing issues – whether that’s finding an affordable place to live, or difficulties with rent arrears. We have set up a new referral relationship with […]
We are delighted to announce our partnership with StepChange Debt Charity, the UK’s largest provider of free, independent debt advice. For 25 years, StepChange has been helping people resolve problems, repay debts and rebuild lives. […]
PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund, which provides financial support and advice to PRS members and their families, has launched its winter heating scheme for 2018, which runs during the months of October until March. […]
Groundbreaking UK Survey of Performing Arts Reveals ‘Career Penalty’ For Parents And Carers
Launched at a parliamentary event on 18th October 2018, hosted by Tracy Brabin MP, Parents and Carers in Performing Arts (PIPA) share the headline findings of their game-changing UK wide survey into work-life balance and the performing arts. […]
Lynsey de Paul Prize winner and runners-up announced
PRS Foundation and PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund announce the latest winners of the Lynsey de Paul Prize Winner Amahla receives a £2,500 talent development bursary Five runners up receive a £1,200 development bursary […]
We are delighted to announce that PRS Members Benevolent Fund have created a unique partnership with Help Musicians UK to provide dedicated mental health support to members through Music Minds Matter – a free and […]
As many of you will know, we have a great working relationship with Cyril Wood Court, the accomodation site in Bere Regis, Dorset. Cyril Wood Court is specifically for creatives, and here at the Fund […]