Welcome To The
BRIT Trust

Established by the recorded music industry in 1989, The BRIT Trust’s mission is to improve lives through the power of music and the creative arts.

The BRIT Trust has distributed over £27m since its inception in 1989.


Welcome To The
BRIT Trust

Funded largely by the annual BRIT Awards, The BRIT Trust invests in education and wellbeing causes that serve its mission of improving lives through the power of music and the creative arts.

The BRIT Trust has made more than 230 grants since 1989.



Jul 21, 2021

Music Industry Trusts Awards 2021: Pete Tong Honoured

Jul 06, 2021

BRITs Apprentice Scheme returns to boost more young talent looking to forge a career in the music industry

Jul 06, 2021

Mulika Sannie on how the BRIT Trust is supporting diversity in music

May 16, 2021

Letter from Tony Wadsworth CBE addressed to the Editor of the Sunday Times on music and arts education

May 07, 2021

The White Label Auction raises £34,000 for The BRIT Trust music charity

Apr 27, 2021

The White Label Auction in aid of The BRIT Trust returns 5th May

Apr 19, 2021

How can the music industry return new and improved post pandemic?

Apr 12, 2021

Find out more about The BRIT Trust

Mar 17, 2021

BPI’s BRITs Apprentice Scheme returns for a third wave in 2021

Mar 01, 2021

Tony Wadsworth CBE pens first blog post as new Chair of The BRIT Trust

Feb 26, 2021

Tony Wadsworth CBE announced as the new Chair of The BRIT Trust

Nov 30, 2020

Nordoff Robbins Christmas Appeal & Music Industry Trusts Awards (MITS) JustGiving Appeal

Nov 24, 2020

BRIT Trust Spotlight: The Avenues Youth Project

Nov 11, 2020

BRIT Trust Spotlight: Key4Life

Nov 10, 2020

John Craig OBE to stand down as BRIT Trust Chair

Jul 29, 2020

The BRIT Trust welcomes Mulika Sannie and Kwame Kwaten as new trustees.

May 21, 2020

The BRIT Trust donates £30,000 to Music Support to promote mental well-being in the artist & music community

Mar 09, 2020

BRITs Apprentice: Lucia Weinrichter, Junior Content Producer @ Fire Records

Feb 21, 2020

BRITs Apprentice: Aashi Gahlot, Junior Content Producer @ Asian Arts Agency

Jan 25, 2020

BRITs Apprentice: Kathryn Brewer – Junior Creative Technician Apprentice @ OneMedia

Jan 07, 2020

BRITs Apprentice: Leona Lescault – Digital Marketing @ BMG

Nov 18, 2019

Accenture Prize for Live Performance at the BRIT School

Oct 17, 2019

BRITs Apprentice: Dominic Smith – Business Administration Apprentice @ Revolver Music

Oct 15, 2019

The Annual BPI Classical Committee / PPL Quiz in aid of Nordoff Robbins returns

Oct 07, 2019

National Album Day White Label Auction raises £25k for the BRIT Trust

Sep 23, 2019

Nile Rodgers to be honoured at the BRIT School in Croydon with wing of the music school to be named after him

Sep 18, 2019

National Album Day ‘white label’ vinyl album auction raising funds for The BRIT Trust

Sep 10, 2019

BRITs Apprentice: Sebastian Herridge-Cade – Digital Marketing Apprenitce @ BMG

May 17, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – Music Support: Chris Dwyer, Volunteer

May 17, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – Music for Mental Wealth: Laura Westcott, Founder

May 16, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – Help Musicians UK: Joe Hastings, Head of Health & Welfare

May 15, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – Power of Muzik: CeCe Sammy, Founder

May 14, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – Nordoff Robbins: Simon Procter, Director of Music Services

May 13, 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week – The BRIT School: Claire Mullord, Assistant Principal Student Experience

May 13, 2019

The BRIT Trust celebrates its 30th Birthday and announces that it has now given out well over £25 million to worthy causes

May 08, 2019

The BRITs Apprentice Scheme announces 2019 intake


Who We Support

Music Support

Music Support exists because of the experiences of their founders and trustees. Their founders are veterans of the music industry and are all in recovery themselves, from various mental health and addiction issues. They all suffered alone with their problems, and saw countless colleagues, friends and heroes lose their careers, families and even their lives to poor mental health and/or addiction.

They decided that enough was enough: a personal and confidential support service provider that understood the specific needs and problems of the music industry was necessary. The music industry is one of the greatest, most creative and fun industries that anybody can work in. Their aim is not to take the fun out of the industry, but to make sure that there is sufficient support open to anybody working in the industry who needs help once the fun stops.

Find out more about Music Support here.

Music Support

Nordoff Robbins


Music For My Mind

The BRIT School

Key 4 Life