School children across the nation are warming up their vocal chords in preparation to showcase their singing talent on National Sing Up Day.
On 18 March, schools around the country will be singing their hearts out for National Sing Up Day to help raise vital funds for our life saving research.
Children will be dressing up in their best red outfit, setting up their own events and singing the chosen National Sing Up Day song, I’m still singing, all in support of our fight for every heartbeat.
Sing Up celebrates singing as a way to bring school communities together and to support the school curriculum as well as a fantastic day to have fun and fundraise.
Singing for every heartbeat
All of the money raised through National Sing Up Day will go towards funding our groundbreaking research to help the millions of people currently living with cardiovascular disease.
Our Regional Head of Community Fundraising, Luke Mallett, says, “We are really excited to be partnering with Sing Up and really want to encourage as many schools as possible to get involved. Singing is a fantastic way for schools to come together and have fun whilst raising money to help us in our fight for every heartbeat.”
Join the nation on 18 March, sign up and get singing