Amy Winehouse's memory will live on in her beloved Camden, North London home.
Sources close to the late 27-year-old singer tell The Sun that it "makes sense" for the $4 million property where she was found dead on July 23 to be the focal point of the new Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Last month, Amy's father, Mitch, told Us Weekly that as soon as he heard the news of his daughter's tragic death, he wanted to start a foundation in her honor. "Something to help the things she loved -- children, horses -- but also to help those struggling with substance abuse," he said. "In this country, if you cannot afford a private rehabilitation clinic, there is a two year waiting list for help... We are trying to change that."
The former cab driver tweeted Wednesday that "the foundation is going to help thousands of people" and noted: "That [will be] Amy's legacy."
According to The Sun, the Amy Winehouse Foundation's mission statement is due to be formally announced on Sept. 14, which would have been the "Rehab" singer's 28th birthday.