OUR GOALS

The N10 Choir is passionate about three things:


Bringing the joy of music to local children with special needs and elderly people in care homes, through a regular programme of concerts.

Performing major choral works for local people at affordable ticket prices.

Raising money for charities at home and abroad.


These are ambitious goals and although the Choir is blessed in being able to rehearse and perform free of charge at St. Peter le Poer Church, there are countless other expenses that need to be paid before we can sing a note. Fees for scores, fees to the Performing Rights Society, fees for publicity. And most significantly, fees to professional accompanists and instrumentalists.

We therefore need to raise funds to help us achieve our 2019/20 target.

With this in mind, we are looking for donations, sponsors and advertisers to help us  bring our concerts to a wider audience and extend our local outreach to other deserving homes and charities.

CAN YOU HELP?

A one-off donation would be very welcome. You can pay online directly into our bank account:

Name:

The N10 Choir

Sort Code:

20-76-90

Account Number:

13357732

Even better, you could sponsor us. Regular funds would allow us to plan ahead.  For example, £50 would pay our Performing Rights fees. £100 would fund one instrumentalist at one concert, or pay for three concerts in homes for the elderly or disabled children.£750 would cover the entire expense of a concert. To say thank you for being a sponsor, we'd be happy to offer you a credit in our programmes and other marketing materials.

And talking of marketing, why not take an ad in our concert programmes. They're given out free to every person as they arrive.  So as well as raising funds for the choir and the charity we are supporting, your ad would be seen by a captive audience of 100 - 150+ local people while they're waiting for the music programme to begin. 

To discuss these options and any other suggestions you may have for raising money, please email: then10choir@gmail.com

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