National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
Summer of Songs
What’s your favourite summer song? Is it Here Comes The Sun by the Beatles? Or Walking On Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves?
Well, now you can add your choice of music to our brilliant Summer of Songs playlist.
All you need to do is visit our special fundraising page here https://givepenny.com/summer-of-songs, make a donation and then put your track onto our Spotify playlist. Leave a message with your donation so others can see how you’ve been inspired.
We’re working with the relatively new online fundraising company GivePenny on this because they’ve established a unique relationship with Spotify, the world’s favourite music streaming service. No other fundraising platform has managed to build this brilliant integration, and we love it. The set up means you can make your donation, choose your song and listen to samples of music that others have chosen, all on the same page.
Please tell at least three other people about this (but feel free to tell everyone!) so that they can choose, donate, and play as well. And hopefully, they’ll all tell three new people and so on.
If you’re enjoying the vibe of our Summer of Songs playlist and you want to play all the music while you work, rest and play, then you can listen as you like to full (and growing!) Summer of Songs for Brain Tumour Research playlist on Spotify.
If you don’t have a Spotify account, it is easy and free to create one, and you can find more details on our Summer of Songs page.
Let’s fill the air with the sounds of summer and help raise funds for vital research. Together we will find a cure.
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