We're a proud partner of the UK's largest independent music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins

Dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people, Nordoff Robbins supports thousands of people through their own centres and by working in partnership with a wide range of organisations. These include care homes, schools and hospitals.

At SSE, we support the charity's work to change the lives of vulnerable children and adults across the UK. SSE also supports several of the charity's events, including its 'Get Loud' awareness day and the SSE Scottish Music Awards (with Nordoff Robbins Scotland).

Since becoming a partner in 2015, we've been helping to make music therapy more accessible and raise awareness of Nordoff Robbins. There's increasing recognition of the important role music therapy can make in changing lives and we're incredibly proud to support the services Nordoff Robbins provides. 

SSE Scottish Music Awards

The SSE Scottish Music Awards is an annual ceremony celebrating all that's great about Scottish music.

It's also Nordoff Robbins Scotland’s biggest fundraising event and 2016 marked an extra special event as the charity reached its 20th anniversary.

To celebrate the occasion, and to raise funds for the charity, SSE commissioned Scottish DJ Alex Menzies to produce the track ‘Seven Rare Deems’. The track was composed using sounds recorded at a music therapy session with an SSE-funded therapist.

It's available to download on iTunes and all profits go directly to Nordoff Robbins Scotland. You can find out more by watching the video below.

Get Loud for Nordoff Robbins










With the launch of Nordoff Robbins' Get Loud awareness day in England and Wales in June 2016, our customers got the chance to see some of the biggest names in music perform a series of exclusive and intimate gigs. The acts involved included Madness and Tinie Tempah.

They were also able to 'Get Loud' in their own way by putting on shows and concerts, and hosting karaoke and music quizzes to raise crucial funds and awareness for the charity.

Get Loud will return in 2017. Check back here for details on how you can get involved.