AMY WINEHOUSE’S MUSICAL LEGACY ENABLES CHILDREN TO FIND A ‘NEW VOICE’ Children at The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy are all set to make sweet music this year thanks to a £7,450 grant from the Amy Winehouse Foundation for music therapy sessions. Amy’s parents, Mitch Winehouse and Janis Winehouse-Collins, came with other Trustees from the Foundation to the Centre on Wednesday 20 April to present their grant cheque. Mitch and Janis also brought a new keyboard and stand as a personal gift to the children.

Hi All,

It’s ‪#‎ChildrensHospiceweek‬ and since AWF was set up in 2011 we’ve supported numerous Children’s Hospices, primarily because this was a cause so close to Amy’s heart .

In all of the hospices we’ve visited we’ve been incredibly moved and impressed by the level of care and compassion showed to the children and their families.

Amy’s lasting legacy will remain at Haven House Children’s Hospice in Essex where we fund the Amy Winehouse Foundation Music Room where young children and their families can enjoy music with the Music Therapists we fund there.






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