Host An Event… and win £400 of resources*

We’re here to help you, whether your event is a sing-along-spectacular, a classically choral concert or a bunch of bucket-bearing buskers, so please register and we’ll be in touch.

Host a Raise Your Voices event and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win £400 of church resources.  Go carol singing, take a collection at your carol service, or put on a choir concert (or Raise Your Voices in whatever way you like) in aid of Church Urban Fund and you’ll be entered into the prize draw.

Want to get involved? Together, let’s raise our voices, raise the roof and raise lots of money for a great cause… 

Whether you’re from a church, cathedral, school, or community project there are loads of different ways you can get involved and Raise Your Voices this advent. Hosting an event could mean a variety of different things as every Raise Your Voices event will be unique. You’ll find just a few of our ideas below - we’re sure you will have lots more!

You could:

-      Organise a concert in your church or school with a local choir or two performing

-      Take a collection for Church Urban Fund at your usual Christmas carol service

-      Put on an end-of-term concert at your school with pupils performing Christmas carols and hits

-      Go carol singing with a Raise Your Voices collection-bucket

-      Arrange a Christmas sing-along at your local community centre

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*Terms and Conditions: All groups who host a Raise Your Voices event will be entered into the draw and the winning group will be drawn on 7th January 2019. The prize is awarded in the form of £400 credit with CPO (www.cpo.org.uk). Exclusions may apply on some third party resources. Credit will be valid for six months from the date of the draw. Winners will be contacted directly by CPO after the prize draw, using the details you have provided below. Only the data of the winning group will be shared with CPO. If you wish to host an event but do not want to enter the draw please indicate this in the ‘description’ box on the form below.