We don’t need to tell you that isolation can be a lonely time but with music and singing we can lift the spirits and say a massive, big “thank you” to those looking after us.
At 7:30pm on Sunday July 5th we’re staging a nation-wide pop-up Hallelujah for the Front Line. If you can’t a pop-up but still want to help raise money for our Front Line workers, then fear not!
Here are some ways you can fundraise - and you don’t even have to leave your home!
Tea and coffee
Tea and coffee mornings are a well-known way of raising money for charity, but there’s nothing stopping you from hosting one from your sofa! Host a virtual tea party and donate what you would normally spend on a piece of cake to charity.
24-hour live-streaming of a DJ set
Professional and amateur musicians have kept us entertained, as have DJs and other performers. This 24-hour set was raising funds for the National Emergencies Trust’s coronavirus appeal, for example.
Buy charity vouchers as gifts
If you want to mark someone’s birthday, anniversary or another occasion, you can always buy a charity voucher or make a donation in their name.
If you want to help out our Front Line workers, then please head on over to our JustGiving page! We’ll be back soon with more fundraising ideas that you can do whilst Staying Home to Save Lives.
You can sign up to join our Hallelujah for the Front Line here.