Biffy Clyro performing at BRITs Week with War Child 2017

The BRITs and Life Water

A community in Uganda are the most recent recipients of clean drinking water as a result of our partnership with Life Water and their partner charity Drop4Drop. For every bottle of Life Water enjoyed at The BRITs, clean drinking water is donated to developing communities in need across the globe.
Drop 4 Drop and The BRIT Trust





In addition to this, £567,000 was donated to War Child, including the money raised during BRITs Week 2017. This year’s line up included Biffy Clyro, The 1975 and Tinie Tempah.

The BRITs continues to support The BRIT School, contributing £250,000 through a partnership with Apple Music. 

BRITs organisers are proud of the show’s tradition of donating profits from the award ceremony, including money made from TV rights and merchandise, to deserving good causes. The money is collected and distributed by the music industry’s charity body, the BRIT Trust.