Thank you for your interest in volunteering for The Swan Song Project.

We do not have any formal volunteering roles available at this time but we will post them here when we do.

If you would like to register your interest or offer any particular volunteering services please feel free to contact us via the form below. Please give details of the kind of skills you might be able to offer the charity or the kind of roles you might be interested in and we will be in touch if something suitable comes along.

You may also be interested in joining our trustee board?

The role of a trustee is effectively to oversee the charity and ensure it stays on track. The Trustees meet about every 2 months (usually in an evening) and can have more involvement with the staff team in between when needed/possible. The key to a good trustee board is a wide and diverse range of skills and experiences all united by a belief and passion for the charities work.

We welcome applications from people who have been trustees before and people with no previous experience (training can be provided), the most important thing is a passion for the work and a small but consistent time commitment (2-4hrs per month). If you believe in the work we do and want to help us take it to the next level we would love to hear from you.

Some particular skill sets we are looking for are:

Experience of high profile public fundraising – Potentially someone who has worked for a large charity in a marketing or fundraising capacity.

Experience with finance monitoring – Someone with experience of monitoring finances and budgeting.

We also welcome applications from people who have benefitted from the services of the charity in some way.

If interested please email a CV and cover letter to ben@swansongproject.co.uk.

Please get in touch…..

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Interested in writing a song with us?

We can support anyone facing end of life and bereavement to write and record their own original song.
Please visit the “Writing A Song With Us” Page and submit the short form if you are interested in celebrating life in a song.

“Just wanted to thank you for being around at Marie Curie hospice, my son passed away on 22 March what was going on in his head is unimaginable. I know he enjoyed writing that song which must have provided some relief for him a break from the discomfort and stress perhaps. So a sincere thank you from myself and his family I hope you can keep up this good work”

“This has been one of the best memories I can recall in a long while. I will treasure this great gift always.”

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