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Frightened Rabbit’s charity launches new fund

Scott Hutchison playing guitar
Scott Hutchison playing guitar Image credit: thetimes.co.uk

The charity set up in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison has announced a new fund supporting those suffering from mental health.

After Hutchison too his life in May 2018, his brother and the band’s drummer Grant, brother Neil and his parents launched Tiny Changes to help others living with a mental illness.

The name of the charity comes from a lyric off Frightened Rabbit’s song ‘Heads Roll Off’ - “While I’m alive, I’ll make tiny changes to Earth

Scott’s family say they aim to continue “the positive impact that his art and music had on so many people” by improving the mental health of children and young adults.

This week the charity announced a new national small grants programme titled the Make Tiny Changes Fund.

In a post Tiny Changes said it “supports innovative ideas with up to £10,000.

“Funded projects will make tiny changes towards equality and mental health for young people in Scotland.”

The charity continued: “We can only do that with your help. If you have an idea that will help young minds feel better and address inequality in Scotland, we’d like to hear it.

“We invest in new and existing projects. We fund research and support innovation that will improve young people’s mental health.”

You can submit your ideas via the application form before November 10.