As two local charities which share a passion for the power of creativity to support health and wellbeing this new partnership between Coda and hArt has been forged to better help local people as we emerge from the pandemic.
hArt (Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy) and Coda Music Trust will be pooling resources and working together at Coda’s music centre.
Coda’s CEO Phil Hallett, who will lead both charities from September, says: “Our creative arts and music services are a lifeline for many, including some of the most vulnerable people in our community and have played a vital part in our response to the pandemic. Our two charities are delighted to be working together and our new partnership is both a natural extension of our existing services and will enable us to increase our capacity to work with local people.”
For more information about hArt, visit www.hart.works
hArt have been based at Coda Music Centre for a while and we look forward to working together in a closer capacity in the future.
Read the story in the Lymington Times (with special thanks to Roz Waters for the feature): www.advertiserandtimes.co.uk/news/new-forest-art-and-music-charities-join-forces-on-mental-hea-9215495/