You are cordially invited to the
Islington Giving Christmas Carol Concert
14th December 2016
7.30pm to 9.30pm
Please visit here to order your ticket. There are limited places available, so do not hesitate.
Islington Giving is hosting a Christmas Carol Concert, at Saint Silas Church, Pentonville, to raise funding and awareness, through the joys of singing, wine, mince pies, and other festive fun.
We are bringing people together during the Christmas period, because this is a special time for affinity in the community, a time when we can raise awareness of the pressures facing some of Islington’s residents, both during the season, and, of course, the rest of the year.
Islington Giving is committed to easing the problems caused by the acute levels of poverty and inequality in the borough, in which Christmas is a time where these issues are more starkly contrasted. Our concert is a small gesture, to raise awareness of these elements, and to bring the community together in solidarity. We cannot do this without you.
We really hope that you can join us.
The address is
Saint Silas Church,
Penton St, London, N1 9UL
Doors open at 7.00pm.
The Carol Concert will take place between 7.30pm and 8.30pm, which will be followed a reception for nibbles, tipples, and mingling, from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.
There is a suggested donation for tickets:
£10.00 for downstairs seating (fully accessible),
and £7.50 for upstairs gallery seating (there is no wheelchair access for gallery seating).
But anything you can contribute will be greatly appreciated.
Every penny donated will be spent on supporting Islington residents.
The Islington Giving Team.
Who are Islington Giving?
We are an independent group of funders, businesses, residents and voluntary organisations working together to tackle poverty and inequality in Islington.
We want Islington to be a place where everyone – regardless of circumstance – has the opportunity and means to live a fulfilled life.
We work by shining a light on the issues of poverty and inequality and harnessing resources to address them. We focus on:
- Investing in young people
- Supporting families
- Reaching isolated people
- We make grants to voluntary organisations which provide support and activities
- We make, build and develop partnerships to deliver projects and create networks
- We fundraise