The charity Music Works has helped more than 60 young people from across Gloucestershire write, perform and record a song called 'Every Rainbow Drawn' to say 'thank you' to frontline workers – and to raise some money for Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity.
“Due to the current Coronavirus crisis, Summerfield Charitable Trust has closed applications for our Innovation Awards early. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
To celebrate 30 years of charitable giving in Gloucestershire, the Summerfield Charitable Trust are launching four innovation awards, each worth £10,000, which will be given to projects or ideas which will tackle challenges in the county in new ways.
The Summerfield Charitable Trust was established by Ronald Summerfield, a Cheltenham antique dealer, shortly before his death in 1989. Since then £14 million has been invested in charitable projects and good causes throughout the county.
As well as celebrating all those organisations that the Trust has supported over the last 30 years, the Summerfield Charitable Trust want to mark this special anniversary by looking forward, with £40,000 dedicated to addressing challenges or creating opportunities in the county in new ways.
The four awards will reflect the key interest areas of the Trust: