London: Late singer Amy Winehouse's London home is going to become the headquarters of new rehab charity, as her dad Mitch believes the 2.5 million-pound property will make a 'positive difference' to troubled youngsters.

“It could include help for children in trouble, kids suffering health problems, children's hospices and more. We want to make a positive difference,” Mitch was quoted as saying.

After the 'Back To Black' singer was found dead at her home in Camden, north London on July 23, her dad planned to make the house the focal point of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

“Everyone is united in making it a success - the label, her family, friends and management. Having the offices in her old house is something they all thought made sense. Mitch has big plans and needs a nice environment where employees will be able to carry out their work properly,” said a source.

(Agencies)