July 2017 saw international pop super star Robbie Williams become our first ever patron.
“This is such a timely undertaking and I am very happy to be its first patron” said Williams.
The momentous occasion certainly bought valuable attention to us, “I was overwhelmed when (Williams Manager) Tim Clark called to say Robbie agreed to act as patron for Music Support, “ said Andy Franks, Music Support co- founder and trustee, “We are incredibly grateful and honoured. Having Robbie on board will help bring Music Support to the attention of so many more people who may need our services, and to raise the funds to allow us to provide those services. “
Williams' late manager, David Enthoven, was a major advocate for awareness and treatment of addiction and was one of the first people in the industry to recognise Music Support stating, “Music Support is a brilliant gateway to the community of men and women who recognise the despair and shame of addiction and how to recover from it.”
Robbie has continued to support the work we have been doing and we are proud to have him on board.