Carol singing is an entertaining, fun and festive way to help raise thousands of pounds for disadvantaged children - organise your carol singing event for this Christmas.

Thank you to everyone who got in the festive spirit and sung carols last year to raise valuable funds for disadvantaged children. Your singing will allow us to provide a lifeline to more children and young people this year.

Children's Society carol singers

If you haven’t paid in your, money, there are 3 easy ways to do it:

  1. Use the giro sent with your fundraising materials to pay into a bank or Post Office
  2. Use the paying-in form at the back of the Carol Singing guide
  3. Send a cheque made payable to ‘The Children’s Society’ and send to: The Children’s Society, Carol Singing, Edward Rudolf House, Margery Street, London WC1X 0JL.

If you have any photos of you carolling, we would love to see them. Please send them to: supportercare@childrenssociety.org.uk .

 

How to get carolling

Get some inspiring ideas for your event and read our top planning tips.

Pick a date and invite friends, family, neighbours and colleagues to sing and collect.

Arrange the venue, picking a prime spot and time, and put it in your group’s calendar.

Download and order our free festive materials, including carol singing guide, invitations and books of carols.

Get singing

Then pay in the donations you collect to help The Children’s Society provide support, care and protection for children facing the harsh effects of poverty and neglect. 

What our carol singers say

Read about our High Wycombe group, which has been carol singing for nearly 30 years.

Kate, who organises a carol singing group in her office said: 'We had such great fun with our 'team versus team' carol-singing challenge – everyone was really generous, so we raised such a great amount for this wonderful charity!' 

We’re here to support you

If you have any questions at any time, or would like to send us pictures, videos or anecdotes from your singing event, contact our friendly Supporter Care team.

They can be reached by telephone on 0300 303 7000 or by email.