The Life Music foundation is a registered charity with a number of social and charitable aims. Its primary aim is to fund and develop the music skills of primarily young disadvantaged people who have no means to pay themselves, and offer young people the chance to get together to rehearse and record music in our future studios. The charity also organises and pays for specialist music lessons for youngsters who are keen to further their music education and will also pay for musical exams if relevant. The foundation furthermore looks to fund music school scholarships for talented musicians of a disadvantaged background. The charity not only furthers education, it also serves as a significant community benefit and is be tailored for young people.
The hub of the charity and the base of the work will be at a yet to be found industrial space in Newport which will comprise of offices, and a number of sound proofed studios which will be equipped with musical instruments and recording equipment. The rooms will be given to the disadvantaged youngsters to harness and develop their music education with the help of staff.
To enhance disadvantaged young people’s lives through the medium of music. To further education and to provide significant community benefit.
(1) To advance the education of disadvantaged young people in the subject of music
by providing and assisting in the provision of free music lessons, providing studio space and recording equipment, the free use of musical instruments and to provide bursaries to stage schools for talented young people who could not afford to pay for the opportunity themselves.
(2) To advance in life and help young people through:
(a) The provision of musical activities provided in the interest of social welfare, designed to improve their conditions of life.
(b) Providing support, teaching and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals and to give them a new focus in life. Providing musical facilities and education in the interests of social welfare for people living Newport and Gwent who have need by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disability, poverty or social and economic circumstances with a view to improving the conditions of life of such persons.