10 steps to organise a carol concert

10 steps to organise a carol concert

There’s no time like the present to get your charity carol concert ready, especially as the best venues and choirs get snapped up months in advance! Whether you are from Fine & Country or a member of the public, if you're looking for a hassle-free, fun event that can raise thousands of pounds for homelessness then this is the guide for you.  The Fine & Country Foundation is here to provide you with a plethora of support, all for FREE. Our only criteria is that you choose to support a homeless project. For more information on our criteria, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Here are 10 steps for your perfect carol concert:   PREPARATION STEP #1: Find your local cathedral, church, chapel or village hall. Think about capacity, parking, prestige and location.   STEP #2: Call the venue to arrange a face-to-face visit. If you need extra support, Charlotte Schofield, Foundation Coordinator, will be happy to come along.   STEP #3: During you...

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