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Liv's Trust

Following the loss of Olivia Campbell-Hardy in the Manchester Arena tragedy on 22nd May 2017, Olivia’s family wanted to set up a trust in her name.

Olivia loved music, loved to sing and dance, and really wanted to pursue a career in teaching music or dance so that she could pass on her knowledge to others. So Olivia’s family decided that Liv’s Trust should promote and support the education of people under 25 years old in Greater Manchester in Music, Drama and the Arts.

Liv’s Trust is a registered charity run by Olivia’s family and friends. Every penny donated will be used to encourage others to fulfil Olivia’s dreams of becoming a music or dance teacher.

So far, Liv’s Trust have:

  • Donated £500 to help the Encore Youth Choir to get started on the their projects and hope to offer more support in the future
  • Provided a set of Pipes for a youth member of the Greater Manchester Pipe Band
  • Organised some private tuition for an 8 year old, on the autistic spectrum, to help learn guitar at school
  • Helped a young single mother to buy her daughter a dance bag, two pairs of Irish dance shoes and socks to go with them!

Liv’s Trust, with your kind donations, can grow and will help many others in the years to come. Thank you so much for your help.

Liv’s Trust is a registered charity in England. Charity number 1173800.


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