Welcome to the Songwriting Charity’s blog. Here’s some information about us.

The work of the Nathan Timothy Foundation – The Songwriting Charity addresses the emotional health and wellbeing of children using songwriting and music technology as innovative engagement tools. 

All of our 1 day workshops are unique, presenting children with opportunities to sing, write lyrics, perform and record their ideas both individually and as a team – evaluating their progress and actively supporting the progress of their friends every step of the way.

Recorded material is then available free for children to download and schools can use the songs for presentations, assemblies, special events or for use out in the wider community.

We work closely with participating schools so that we can tailor the workshops to the needs of the students and the school. Working in partnership with schools, students and the whole school community is really important to us.

We are the #1 charity in the world dedicated to the empowerment of youth through the art and craft of songwriting.

Thank you so much for supporting us.


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Really cool thing y’all do. I used to volunteer at Texas Childrens Hospital for a thing called Radio Lollipop (which was a radio station for the kids in the hospital) Seems like y’all would be a good fit to work with them. They have Radio Lollipop in hospitals nationwide so definitely check them out!

    • Hi there! Thanks for stopping by our blog and telling us about Radio lollipop. We also set up radio stations and recording studios for Primary schools though, not other settings. We’d love to do some of our charity’s work in the US. Just the age old question of getting funding in place to do the work. We have a vibrant Soundcloud and YouTube channel, so check those out too. Thanks again friend!

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