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The Amber Trust was founded in 1995, to help blind and partially sighted children across the UK who have a talent or love for music.

We aim to support and enhance the lives of the 25,000 blind and partially sighted children in the UK, including those with additional disabilities, in their engagement with music.

Our core activity is providing Music Awards for individual blind and partially sighted children, for: instrumental & singing lessons, music therapy sessions for those with life-limiting conditions, the provision of musical instruments and more.

Our newly initiated service – Little Amber – is also helping us to reach more blind and partially sighted children in the early years.

The Amber Trust is Registered in England & Wales (Charity No. 1050503).

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Music is not just a pastime – it’s a lifeline.

At The Amber Trust, we do everything we can to help blind and partially sighted children across the UK who have a talent or love for music.

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We gift Music Awards to young people.

These grants can fund a child's instrumental or singing lessons, the purchase of an instrument or specialist software, or simply tickets to a concert or musical.

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Music is so very special to these children.

For some, many of whom have severe learning difficulties, music adds immensely to their lives by offering a lifeline in a dark and confusing world.

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Can you become a regular giver?

Your support will allow us to reach more of the 25,000 blind and partially sighted children living in the UK, awaiting the joy that music can provide.