Thomas's Fund

Thomas's Fund is a charity founded in 2007 that provides music therapy in Northamptonshire, UK for children and young people with life-limiting illnesses or a disability

About us

Case studies

Logan’s story

Find out how Logan has benefitted from Music therapy…

Emily’s story

12 year old Emily was referred to Thomas’s Fund…

Megan’s story

Thomas’s Fund helped Megan access music therapy at home…

About Thomas’s Fund

This charity was set up in memory of Thomas Smith. Thomas died at age 10 from a life-limiting neuro-degenerative condition in 2004. He was unable to attend school all year round, but thanks to his family, his life was packed with fun – a big part of which came through music.
> About Thomas’s Fund

Harry Smith was the younger brother of Thomas and a great ambassador for the charity. He died, aged 12, after a lifelong battle with the same neuro-degenerative condition, in December 2010.
> Meet Harry’s Heros

Latest updates

  • Thomas’s Fund lands £1,000 windfall
    Five Northamptonshire charities – Hope Centre, Saints Foundation, Thomas’s Fund, Daventry volunteers and Glamis Hall – are all £1,000 each better off thanks to the Movement for Good awards. Thomas’s Fund was nominated by the public for a share of a £1milllion fund set up by specialist insurer Ecclesiastical which will be handed out this
  • Volunteer’s Week 2020
    Today marks the end of Volunteers Week 2020. Thank you to all the volunteers who make the charity outstanding. There are so many kind people who give up lots of time to keep everything rolling so we can offer music therapy to children across Northants. We would like to thank all the people who raise