Music24 uses music therapy to improve people’s health and well-being. It works with some of the most socially isolated and vulnerable groups in Luton, to encourage their creative abilities and increase their interaction with others, thus increasing their self-confidence and self-esteem.

In February 2016, the Foundation’s Trustees awarded a grant of £5,922 which will fund a new/pilot project entitled Music for the Mind. This scheme is specifically aimed at engaging with adults with mental health conditions, with referrals coming from the acute mental health wards and early intervention teams. The group will meet weekly and progress towards new creative projects (perhaps writing songs, making a radio show or a film, or running a talent quest for example), whilst the members will also be supported to working towards their own identified goals. The project will be formally evaluated with the longer-term aim of rolling it out in other areas.