100 Voices Charities
The Choir with No Name: A UK charity that runs choirs for people who've experienced homelessness and others on the margins of society. CWNN believes that singing together can lift their members from those circumstances and make them feel good, as well as offering an opportunity to learn new skills and make long lasting friendships. Their choir communities provide the vital support members need to get back on their feet, as well as a chance to leave their troubles at the door and have fun.
Find out more about them and the work they do at www.choirwithnoname.org
Text SING to 70300 to donate £3
At Macmillan, we know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. So we’re here to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk, we’re here
Right from the moment you’re diagnosed, through your treatment and beyond, we’re a source of support, giving you the energy and inspiration to help you feel more like yourself.
We are millions of people affected by cancer, supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners. Together we are all Macmillan.
Find out more and donate to Macmillan:
Tzedek's vision is of a Jewish community actively involved in the reduction of extreme poverty.
We educate the UK Jewish community through a uniquely Jewish lens, so that we can act together to reduce poverty worldwide. We actively invest in projects that increase the sustainable income of some of the poorest people in the world.
Find out more and donate:
Norwood is the largest Jewish charity in the UK supporting vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities. Founded in 1795, Norwood is one of the UK’s oldest charities and the only Jewish charity to enjoy the Patronage of Her Majesty The Queen. We help children and adults to maximise their potential at home, at school and throughout their lives, through personalised services
Find out more and donate.
You can also donate to the charities dear to the hearts of others involved in the project by going to their websites or clicking on the donate button on the desktop site:
World Jewish Relief is the British Jewish community’s international humanitarian agency. We tackle Jewish poverty, primarily in the former Soviet Union, and reach beyond our community. We combat poverty and disadvantage and bring hope. The 100 Voices Project is supporting the Haiti Hurricane Emergency Appeal, providing food and water, shelter and hygiene kits and using expertise to support Haitians in rebuilding their lives and livelihoods in the wake of this disaster.
Find out more and donate:
You can also donate to the charities dear to the hearts of others involved in the project
by going to their websites or clicking donate, below:
British Tinnitus Association
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) is a world leader in providing support and advice about tinnitus.
(chosen by Sharon Da)
Friends of the Earth
The world's largest grassroots environmental network.
(chosen by Jess Gold)
World Jewish Relief
The main Jewish overseas aid organisation in the United Kingdom.
(chosen by Steve and Dan Summers - videographer)
We protect, educate and campaign for the rights of children affected by war.
An international charity that transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation.
Preventing child abuse. Protecting those at risk.
Fighting for childhoods. 24/7 help.
Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK is a cancer research and awareness charity in the United Kingdom
(chosen by Daniel Susser)
We're Mind, the mental health charity. We're here to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone.
Text MIND to 70660 to give £3
Crohn's and Colitis UK
A disability charity, which exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.
(chosen by Richard Clayton - web designer)
A small grassroots activist charity and language school, teaching Yiddish, Hebrew, Arabic and free English to migrants.
(chosen by Rachel Weston)
Amos Trust is a small, creative human rights organisation, committed to challenging injustice, building hope and creating positive change.
(chosen by Beth Rowley)
Non-profit organization made up of a collection of homes throughout the world that serve as hubs for the young adult Jewish community.
(chosen at their Open Mic, where 14 voices were recorded)