Help Musicians is an independent charity, which aims to make a meaningful difference to the lives of musicians. For nearly 100 years, the charity has provided a broad spectrum of help, support and opportunities to empower musicians of all ages, at any stage of their career, from times of great need to times of opportunity. Help Musicians’ integrated programme offers Creative Development and Health & Welfare services to create a lifetime of support when it’s needed most. The breadth of its person-centered support includes: funding for postgraduate study, an around the clock mental health service, a hearing health scheme, career progression, crisis support and care for retired and elderly musicians, plus much more.
The charity's vision is for a world where musicians thrive; to find out more visit helpmusicians.org.uk
Manchester Mind is a local, independent charity, which aims to foster better mental health across the city. It believes that everyone with a mental health issue deserves respect and support. Over 6,500 children, young people and adults access its services each year and it works hard to ensure local people experiencing emotional and mental distress feel heard, understood and involved. Manchester Mind is a member of the national Mind network, but raises its own core funds to keep projects and services running. The charity is proud of the dedication, skill and passion of its staff, volunteers and trustees and is looking forward to celebrating its 30th charity anniversary in 2020.
For more details and to find out how you can get involved, please visit manchestermind.org
The Manc is the most engaged local social publisher in the North West and is the true voice of Greater Manchester. As an audience-first social media publisher focused on everything Greater Manchester, The Manc has managed to build a loyal social following of over half a million opinionated and engaged human beings. Its aim? To make sure its community are in the know, entertained, and educated on what's happened, or what's happening, in the greatest city in the world. The Manc prides itself in telling it how it is and pulling no punches, because that's the Mancunian way. And no matter what it distributes across its platforms, it expects the same from its community. The Manc aims to provide a place where people can speak their mind and be passionate about the City they call home.
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Hits Radio is a fresh new radio station for the UK, broadcasting live every day from studios in Manchester. Hits Radio features a soundtrack of the biggest hits and the biggest throwbacks and every weekday morning Fleur East, Greg and James ‘Wake the Fun Up’ helping to brighten peoples morning with features such as ‘Pun Down’ and ‘Fleur’s Rap Roulette’.
Hits Radio supports ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ an initiative which champions mental health at work. ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ is calling for a working world where mental health is supported and protected. A world where wellbeing is at the heart of all we do.
Listen to Hits Radio on 103FM in Manchester, on DAB and your smart speaker, or download the Hits Radio app.
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