Musical and sporting engagement enriches young people’s lives, and we were delighted to help raise funds for this recently established charity.
The Rockwell team were delighted to attend the Kerslake Robshaw Foundation’s inaugural dinner at the Hurlingham Club, supporting the event as a key sponsor and helping to raise funds for this recently established charity working to empower young people through music and sport.
The impact of music and sport on young people’s overall wellbeing cannot be emphasised enough, and there’s a wealth of evidence that regular musical and sporting engagement enriches young people’s personal, social and emotional lives. At a time where sport and music are under threat in school curriculums, Rockwell supports all efforts to ensure children from all backgrounds have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of lessons, activities, games and performance from a young age.
Founded by classical singer, Camilla Kerslake, and former England rugby captain, Chris Robshaw, the Kerslake Robshaw Foundation works to level the playing field so that children have access to the best equipment, coaches and financial assistance to enable them to fully participate. Members of the Rockwell team were honoured to attend the Foundation’s inaugural dinner, which included remarkable musical performances, festive fun and a star-studded auction, all in the name of raising much-needed money for the charity to help achieve its vital goals.
To learn more, and donate to the Kerslake Robshaw Foundation, visit https://www.kerslakerobshawfoundation.com/