Keep our Joyous Choir going!

£400 of £400 goal

Raised by 18 people in 24 months

Who we are:  Maryhill Integration Network's Joyous Choir consists of women from many different backgrounds who come together every week to share songs from their own cultures. Using singing to support social inclusion and celebrate diversity, the group showcases the cultural richness of Glasgow.
Choir members enjoy singing powerful inspiring songs; songs of solidarity, friendship, freedom, journeys and dreams. 

How your money will help: Current funding for the choir has come to an end and the group are seeking further funding to help them to continue rehearsing and also performing at community events across the city. Your money will help with choir leader fees, travel expenses for members on zero to low incomes and basic refreshments for the group during rehearsals.

The choir means so much to all the participants as it brings happiness to individuals that have experienced great pain and loss in their lives. The choir is more than just a singing group, it is like a family to the members, who see each other as sisters.

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The Joyous Choir took part in two performances as part of Celtic Connections at The Old Fruitmarket and Platform. It was great to take part in this city-wide celebration, thanks to Be Charlotte for capturing us singing Shosholoza for a brief moment!
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Our Joyous Choir were featured in the Metro newspaper in December, as they performed at an event for International Migrant Day coordinated by The Scottish Government.
our wonderful choir in the Metro!
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Joyous Choir members Mina and Edineth explain what the group means to them.
Thank you for all your support so far, please keep sharing with friends and family, we still have a way to go to reach the total!
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Meet two of our Joyous Choir members!
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£400 of £400 goal

Raised by 18 people in 24 months
Created November 3, 2016
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