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Donating through your business

Donating through your business can be a great way to engage with your employees, give back and contribute to supporting our work. 
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Why Support us?

Sing Up Foundation is an independent charity and we need to raise funds to help us thrive.

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Fundraise for us

Host an event and fundraise for us. Please get in touch and let us know, we'll be happy to help you organise your event and give you ideas.

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Make a Donation

Make a one-off pledge of support for the work of the Sing Up Foundation in the name of your business.

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GET IN TOUCH

Sponsorship Opportunities

If your business would like to sponsor Sing Up Foundation on a deeper level, perhaps sponsoring projects, events and collaborative initiatives on an annual or mulit-year basis, please get in touch with our team, calling Celi Barberia and Baz Chapman on 0204 566 9666 or writing an email to us at development@singupfoundation.org

We believe strongly that the arts, and singing specifically, can provide unique solutions to help address this crisis.

The mental health of young people in the UK is of real and growing concern.

The statistics are alarming, with an estimated three students in every classroom of 30 having a diagnosable mental health disorder. Conversely, the average waiting time for an appointment with Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services is 42 weeks until the start of treatment. The more time that these young people go without help, the greater their problems can become. Mental ill health has long-term consequences on a young person's life chances and for this reason, it's critical to focus on prevention. 

The benefits of singing on health and wellbeing are wide-ranging – from biological, to physiological, to social and behavioural. We believe strongly that the arts, and singing specifically, can provide unique solutions to help address this crisis. We're currently working with a range of partners to develop opportunities for young people to improve their mental health and wellbeing through singing and we believe that every child should have that chance.
 
Some of our programmes are funded by public money and grants from trusts and foundations, but we need your help to continue our vital work. Please donate what you can today.
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