Your tax deductible donation here will add to the funds raised by the incredible Celebration Sing Out! YouTube Charity Concert Spectacular with a mighty virtual Choir and Orchestra link
We're raising funds for Music Therapy for very sick children. The funds will be used to buy musical instruments and equipment and will also pay highly-trained Registered Music Therapists for the Children's Hospital at Westmead.
Music Therapy is an essential, amazing and joyous help to the sick and injured, and especially to children in hospital.
Music Therapy is the planned and creative use of music by a trained professional, to improve health and create a sense of wellbeing. Imagine the joy of making and sharing music for a child who is in hospital!
• undergoing painful or distressing medical procedures
• about to undergo surgery
• withdrawn or distressed
• dealing with or recovering from trauma
• in intensive care
• experiencing pain
• with a life-threatening illness
• in isolation
• in hospital for a long period of time
• involved in rehabilitation programs
• in palliative care
Suggested Donation Amounts:
C Reserve $30
B Reserve $40
A Reserve $60
Dress Circle $80
Potoroo $101 to $250
Wallaby $251 to $500
Grey Kangaroo $501
Red Kangaroo $501 to $1000
$1001 or more
Keep up the great work!!!
Fantastic, so worthwhile!
I hope this helps in some small way.
This amazing virtual concert brought tears to my eyes. How could I note give a small donation to such a worthy cause.
Wonderful! Music is powerful and transcends barriers and brings joy.
Such joyful music - thank you to all!
Never let the magic and abilities of music be underestimated. Thank you everyone. Great to see you're still an inspiration, Mal.
So glad for such a beautiful event to go ahead despite Covid!
What a great cause!
from Coonabarabran Men's Choir Fundraiser
Loved it particularly the Wiradjuri language
Well done! A magnificent effort.
Looking forward to it
So well done Mal, Warren, Mary and everyone concerned
Go Gwen! We love you. x John and Edwina
Music Therapy fantastic
Keep up the great work - the children (and parents) need you