The mission of The Swan Song Project is to give anyone facing the end of life the opportunity, support and inspiration to write their Swan Song. We are always happy to support people with this process, but if for any reason this isn’t possible or if someone prefers to write their song without us we hope these resources  are helpful.


The Swan Song Project Podcast features songwriters. Each guest shares a bit about how they wrote one of their songs as well as a songwriting tip. You may find these helpful for inspiration. Find them here

Swan Song Podcast

Swan Song Podcast

The Swan Song Podcast features songwriters talking about their craft and also sharing a songwriting tip. You may find it a useful source of inspiration and practical advice.

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We believe everyone should have the opportunity to write their Swan Song. Thanks to the generosity of the public we are able to offer this service with no charge to participants.


Keep an eye out for exciting volunteer opportunities with The Swan Song Project.


We can provide flyers, collection tubs and promotional products to help make your fundraising a success. We can also help promote events going on in support of The Swan Song Project.

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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