Posted: 17 November 2017

Aiming high for a Christmas number one

For many children the only promise of Christmas is that the bad things in their lives will feel much worse. Some will feel unsafe, unloved and unable to cope. But this Christmas we want to show vulnerable young people across the country that they have hope and aren’t alone.

That’s why we’re aiming high…again…for a Christmas number one.

Be the miracle

Last year students and staff at The Blackpool Sixth Form College joined forces with pupils from other schools in the area, community music groups and a local brass band, to form a 100-strong choir.

large children's choir singing

In true Christmas spirit these young people – some as young as six - came together to send out a message of hope to others. This year we want to do the same.

Watch the music video

Every penny of the proceeds from the single, A Christmas Miracle, will go towards helping us fulfil our promise to young people – the promise of a listening ear, of friendship, belonging and a brighter future. 

'Christmas can be a particularly difficult time for so many young people and we are truly grateful to everyone involved in putting this single together and also those who buy it.  Funds raised from this single will help us continue our life-changing work with children and young people who have nowhere left to turn. - Chief Executive, Matthew Reed

Matthew reed holding up be the miracle campaign promo

Our chief executive, Matthew Reed, showing his support for the #BeTheMiracle track

Over to you

For as little as 69p, you can buy the track on iTunesAmazonGoogle Play and other online stores. Funds raised will help us transform young lives across the country – so encourage your friends to buy the track, share on social media and be part of our Christmas Miracle!  

buy the track

Raise your voices to make sure no child feels alone this Christmas

If you've been inspired by our Be the Miracle choir, then why not put together your own and hold a carol singing event. We've got lots of resources to help you get started.

plan your own carol singing event this christmas

By Louise Jones - Digital team

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