Help us to end homelessness
Ring the Bells was commissioned by the London Philharmonic Choir and premiered at the Royal Albert Hall in 2017. The score is now available from publisher Boosey & Hawkes and the composer is donating his royalties to Crisis so every performance will contribute towards the charity’s plan to end homelessness.
We are delighted to have more than 25 choirs performing Ring the Bells in cities, towns and villages from Alloa to Truro, as well as overseas. By purchasing the score, these choirs have all supported Crisis. Read more about the project in the autumn issue of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Tune In newsletter.
How can you help end homelessness?
Programme Ring the Bells in your choir’s carol concert or service
All the information you need to source scores, rehearsal tracks and fundraising materials is available on our FAQs page.
Make a donation
We have set up a fundraising page for anyone who wishes to make a donation.
Create your own fundraising page as part of the Ring the Bells campaign on Virgin Money Giving.
In December, buy the London Philharmonic Choir’s recording
A downloadable track will be available from the London Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as iTunes and Amazon Music.
In December, support a performance by attending a carol concert or service
Check our list of choirs singing Ring the Bells to find a performance near you.
Launch your own project for Crisis
If you are inspired by our story and want to use your skills and talents to raise money for and awareness of Crisis’s campaign to end homelessness, visit the Crisis website for details of how to get started.