Sing Up has always been a champion of the wider benefits of singing –
for education, social and health outcomes.
As part of Sing Up's 10th birthday, we created the Sing Up Foundation with a commitment
to a new charitable purpose using singing as an aid to health and wellbeing.
We believe in the power of singing to improve
health and wellbeing for all.
We produce, promote and create opportunities for children and young people to improve their mental health and wellbeing through singing.
We believe in harnessing the power of singing to improve people's mental health and wellbeing. With 50% of mental health problems established by the age of 14 and 75% by the age of 24, we believe it's critical to focus on prevention by working with young people. The benefits of singing, especially in groups, are wide-ranging with extensive research supporting the physiological, social, psychological and behavioural benefits.
We create a healthier world through song.
Dr Jeremy Sleith, Chair
Phillipa Anders (nee Reive)
Dr Andrew McWilliams
Dr Motje Wolf
Head of Foundation: Celi Barberia
Opportunities within Sing Up Foundation
Please get in touch with us if you'd like to get involved in any of the following ways:
Becoming a Trustee
Becoming a collaborator/ joining an expert panel
Exploring partnership opportunities
Sharing your story
Volunteering your time
You can also email, email@example.com
Our commitment to Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
We're committed to educating ourselves, addressing the barriers to equality, equity and diversity, and creating an inclusive environment. This matters to us because if we fail to reflect the wider society in all we do, we know we risk becoming less relevant and too narrow in our focus. We're always looking for new ways to engage with communities we haven’t connected with before.
Our workforce is diverse in many areas but underrepresented in others. We understand how people with different lived experience can enrich the work we do and for this reason, we welcome and encourage applications from Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse backgrounds, people with a lived experience of disability and people from the LGBTQIA+ community.