Resilience work with young people

We help young people make informed decisions around the use of drugs and alcohol.

Amy's Place

Giving women a safe place to recover from addiction.

Music therapy for children

Addressing the important developmental needs of children with life-limiting illnesses.

Music projects outside the UK

Discover how music changes lives in other countries.

The Amy Winehouse Foundation works to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people. We also aim to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to help them reach their full potential.

Our impact

We believe in young people. We want them to flourish and be heard. Watch the stories of two young women whose lives have been transformed by the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

“Back then, I really wanted to die and would be upset if I lived. I can genuinely say today that I really want to live and I’d be really upset if I died.”
Young woman helped by the Amy Winehouse Foundation

Our work

resilience work with young people

Amy's place

Music therapy for children

Music projects outside the UK

Amy’s legacy

Amy supported a wide range of charities and organisations, particularly those working with disadvantaged children and young people.

When she tragically passed away on July 23rd 2011, aged only 27, it broke the hearts of not only her family and close friends, but of people across the world.

As part of her legacy and to continue her charitable work, Amy’s family set up the Amy Winehouse Foundation on 14th September that same year, on what would have been Amy’s 28th birthday.

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