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Why support
Sing Up Foundation?

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

Our charitable mission is to produce, create and promote opportunities for children and young people to improve their mental health and wellbeing through singing.

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

Public funding and course fees alone do not cover the costs or running our programmes or maintaining our resources.
Supporting Sing Up Foundation by making either a one-off or monthly donation, by becoming a corporate partner, or by leaving a legacy will ensure we are here for generations to come.
If you’ve enjoyed your engagement with Sing Up Foundation, then your support can provide opportunities for others to benefit from learning, developing, sharing knowledge, and helping to sustain the Sing Up Foundation community.  
You can support us in a number of ways, but making a donation is a great start.

Through partnerships, resource development and innovation we –

  • Explore and highlight effective practice  
  • Connect practice with research  
  • Create research-informed pilot projects to build and share knowledge and understanding and increase impact  
  • Support and develop the workforce and settings surrounding children and young people. 
  • Promote and champion a network for leaders to encourage reflection, growth and resilience

Without the support of our generous donors, we could not do any of this.

Some of our costs are covered by funding from our parent company, Sing Up, support from our funders, partners, and fees from courses. However, to continue our work, we still need to raise funding every year from grants, sponsorship and donations from individuals.
Every donation, no matter how small, makes a real difference and helps us harness the power of singing to improve people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Start your journey with us by making a donation.

Thank you for your support.
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