THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS OF GREAT BRITAIN
Activities - how the charity spends its money
The Society, a charity for musicians run by musicians, provides grants and support to professional musicians and their families in need because of accident, illness or old age whether or not they are members. Founded in 1738 as the Fund for Decay'd Musicians, early members included Handel, Arne, Boyce and Sammartini. Today it maintains its tradition of responding swiftly to needs of colleagues.
|Donations and legacies||£148.97k|
|Other trading activities||£19.99k|
-£1,660,169 investments gains (losses)