The Amy Winehouse Foundation has raised nearly £1.9 million in a year.
The charity - which was set up in September 2011 to support homeless young people and individuals with substance abuse issues following the singer's untimely death aged 27 in July 2011 - has raised more than £700,000 from Amy's father Mitch Winehouse's book about the 'Rehab' hitmaker, 'Amy, My Daughter'.
Beyonce has cancelled her concert in Belgium tonight (14.05.13).
The 'Grown Woman' singer was due to take the stage at the Sportpaleis arena in Antwerp this evening for the latest date on her 'Mrs. Carter Show World Tour', but she has pulled out of the gig citing dehydration and exhaustion.
A life-size statue of Amy Winehouse will be erected outside a North London music venue near her former home.
Proposals for the bronze tribute to the late singer have been given the green light by Town Hall planners to enable it to be put up on a first floor balcony outside the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm, near her Camden home where she died in July 2011.
Amy Winehouse is set to have a road named after her.
There are already a number of tributes being planned to the late singer - who tragically died in July 2011 aged just 27 - and her father Mitch has revealed residents of the King's Cross area in London have been asked to suggest street names for a new housing development close to Camden, where Amy used to live.