Sing! In Your Community

Get together and spread some festive cheer this Christmas

Every year, the National Osteoporosis Society hosts its own Christmas concert - Sing! - near the charity’s headquarters in Bath to raise vital funds to support people living with osteoporosis, and we want to give you the tools to do the same!

This year, we're asking you to get together with friends and family to help raise awareness and funds by organising a Christmas concert. From carol singing to church services, however big or small your concert is and whatever amount you raise, you’ll be helping to make a brighter future for people with osteoporosis. It could be as simple as holding a collection at a carol service you're already a part of! Whatever you choose to do, we're here to help if you have any questions or need advice, so please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Your support is as vital now as it’s ever been, with around three million people affected by osteoporosis and thousands living with pain and disability as a result of fragile bones. So, whether it goes to help fund our free publications, staffing our specialist nurses Helpline or funding research to improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the condition, all of the money you raise will help end the pain of osteoporosis. Thank you so much for choosing to support the National Osteoporosis Society.

Resources for you

You can download lots of materials to help you plan your concert below. You can also request them by completing the form at the bottom of the page or calling 01761 473104. 

Concert planning guide


Letter template

To help you secure a venue


Poster, ticket and invitation templates


Programme template



All the tools on this page in one place


Resource requests

Need some more materials to help plan your concert? Simply fill in the form below and we'll get everything you need sent out to you.

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