Rhythmix wins Disability Charity of the Year Award

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Brighton-based music and social welfare charity, Rhythmix, has been awarded Charity Today‘s Disability Charity of the Year Award. 

The award is in recognition of Rhythmix’s work with children and young people with physical and learning disabilities across the South-East of England.

An important milestone for Rhythmix

Deputy Chair of Rhythmix, Jane Humberstone, said:

‘Winning such a prestigious award marks an important milestone for our growing charity. In acknowledging the dedication and hard work of our tutors, it also recognises the transformational power of music in changing lives.’

Charity Today Executive Editor, Lee Rayment, who is also the Founder of UK charity campaign, #UKCharityWeek, said:

‘We are delighted to award Rhythmix with the Disability Charity of the Year. It goes to show that hard work really does pay off.’

For more information about the Charity Today Awards, please click here.

Header photo: (L-R) Jo Bates, Innovate Disability Project Manager, Rhythmix, and Lucy Stone, Strategic Director, Rhythmix, holding the Disability Charity of the Year Award © Dave Brand

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