Sing for Good

Do good. Feel good.
Shower singers, it’s time to shine.

Sing for Good is leading the globe in song to make us all happier, healthier and more creative. Donations raised help change the tune for people in need.

Neuroscience proves singing is great for our brains and lives. Yet so many of us have been told we can’t sing. Sing for Good welcomes everybody, including those silenced voices and shower singers.

Families, choirs, workplaces, sports teams, bands, schools… everyone is invited to sing a song and enter video in three easy steps before 31 October.

1. Sing with a group (two or more)
2. Enter your video at www.singforgood.org
3. Donate, share + celebrate

Sing For Good 2016 is now open!

Research has proven time and time again that singing is great for mental health and general wellbeing, and connects communities. Singing together changes the brain. Watch our Founder and Chair’s TEDx Talk How Singing Together Changes The Brain.

Funds raised help to create positive outcomes for people experiencing depression, anxiety, loneliness or disadvantage through Creativity Australia’s inclusive With One Voice choir program. We are a charity, so all donations are tax-deductible.

There are heaps of categories for all these groups and more, plus cash prizes for schools. View all categories.

Winners are announced at the With One BIG Voice Concert  7.00 Tues 29th November, Scots Church Assembly Hall.

Entries close 31 October. View guidelines.

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