It’s Black Friday on 24th November – the busiest shopping day of the year – so, as an antidote to the deals and discounts again this year, we are asking for your altruism by contributing £10 towards a music therapy session at Coda.
£10 won’t buy much on Black Friday, but your donation will help Coda to offer subsidised, affordable music therapy sessions to those in financial difficulty, making our services accessible to all who might benefit from them.
Last year, we ran a short ‘Black Friday’ campaign to support our bursary scheme and this year, we are doing the same in support of our Music Therapy. The campaign will only run until the end of the weekend, so you have just two days if you would like donate. Huge thanks to those who have already donated – your support is, as always. greatly appreciated.
Coda provides music therapy for a wide range of client groups, including children with learning disabilities, autism or behavioural disorders, adults with depression or trauma and anxiety, and older adults with Parkinson’s or Dementia.
We hope we can harness some of the festive spirit this season in asking you to contribute to Coda Music Trust and, by doing so, your contribution will help Coda to enrich and change lives across Dorset, Hampshire and the New Forest.
To donate, you can visit our Just Giving page via this link here:
Or you can donate by text:
Text CODA10 £10 to 70070 to donate to Coda Music Trust and make a difference today.
Thank you for your support and generosity.
Here’s what’s been said about Music Therapy at Coda Music Trust:
“Our experience with Coda’s Music Therapist was an amazing one.
My boy is severely Autistic and to find ways to get to him, to communicate with him, is not an easy task.
Rachel, with her charming personality, managed to get him to interact and engaged with her so enthusiastically and spontaneously through music and sound.
His joy and excitement during his sessions is the best gift a mum of an Autistic child can have.
I am confident that music therapy will be a real key in my son’s development and interaction.”
Tally Rosenfeld (mum of Raz, 8 years old)