Forget-me-not Chorus

27 September 2021, 21:41 | Updated: 4 October 2021, 10:54

The Forget-me-not Chorus helps people with dementia through the joy of song
The Forget-me-not Chorus helps people with dementia through the joy of song. Picture: FMNC
Heart reporter

By Heart reporter

Between October 4 and October 8, Jamie and Amanda will be broadcasting live from Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Cardiff and London, meeting some inspiring people along the way...

The Forget-me-not Chorus uses the power of song to support those living with and alongside dementia.

Their sessions - in care home, community and hospital settings across Wales - empower and connect people, by using music as a tool for meaningful communication and engagement.

By inspiring everyone to participate to the best of their abilities, their work aims to work re-connects communities, challenge stigma and improve wellbeing.

Click here to visit their website: www.forgetmenotchorus.com

Click here to donate to Global’s Make Some Noise

Join Jamie and Amanda on Heart Breakfast every morning between 4 - 8 October 2021
Join Jamie and Amanda on Heart Breakfast every morning between 4 - 8 October 2021. Picture: Heart

Global’s Make Some Noise is Heart’s charity that supports small charities in local communities across the UK.

We believe everyone deserves to feel safe, feel well, feel included and feel prepared.

That’s why we work across four key areas:

  • Providing shelter and safety
  • Supporting physical and mental health
  • Preventing isolation
  • Improving life skills

This year alone, we’re supporting crucial services at 100 small charities, including food banks, mental health and domestic violence helplines, carer support, community projects and employment programmes. 

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  • To donate £30 text HEART to 70766
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100% of your donation will go to Global’s Make Some Noise. 16 and over only. Standard network charges may apply. Click here for full terms and conditions