Sing to save children's lives this Christmas
This Christmas we're asking you to lend your voices to help our life-saving work with children around the world. Whether you're holding a Christmas concert or doing a spot of carol singing, raising money for Save the Children will give the chance of a better future to children everywhere.
Some easy ways to raise money and make a difference:
- hold a collection at your Christmas concert
- add a donation of £1 or more to each ticket sold
- run a raffle at your concert.
Use our resources (right) to get started – there’s everything you need, including song lists, a poster and tips.
Raise over £300 and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a £100 voucher to spend on choral sheet music by Faber Music. All those taking part will receive a voucher for £5 off one choral sheet music download at fabermusicstore.com*
Get in touch
Order free fundraising materials and tell us what you're up to by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 7012 6400
How your money will help children
Djamila (in the above picture, far right) loves to sing at school with her friends but since the drought in Niger destroyed her family’s crops she’s been forced to leave school and beg for food on the streets.
Around the world we’re helping children like Djamila get nutritious food and providing the vital healthcare they need to fight off killer diseases. Your festive fundraising will help us reach even more children – no matter where they live.
Professor Simon Halsey, Choral Director of the London Symphony Orchestra and London Symphony Chorus is supporting our campaign:
"Singing makes a difference – it brings communities together. It crosses every cultural divide and opens up the world, especially to children. Save the Children is also about making a difference and changing children’s lives. This is a terrific collaboration, imaginative and practical."