Find Your Voice designs and delivers singing programmes that reach vulnerable people living within marginalised communities; they get people seen, heard and achieving.
Enabling communities to benefit from cultural learning, their programmes are designed to widen access and participation to an overlooked group, delivering programmes to isolated families and adults living with disability, facing life changing diagnosis or living within areas of severe economic deprivation.
The programme uses a curriculum of singing, movement, instruments and multisensory materials delivered by their UK-based specialists.
CEO Emma, a practitioner for over 22 years, featured on the Happy List, was named as the Big Issue’s top artistic, mover, shaker and changemaker, Shortlisted as a NatWest female social business leader of the year and listed as a NatWest 100 top social enterprise employer. She has gained a reputation for excellence in training, planning, delivery and leadership in the cultural sector among funders, innovators and educational providers.
A wide range of specialist practitioners deliver their varied programme of activities.
Find Your Voice use singing as a means to expand the world of the most vulnerable and marginalised in society. They provide opportunities to improve health and wellbeing through cultural learning that supports people of all ages, abilities and communities.
Find Your Voice are concerned with enabling people to recognise arts and culture as integral to their wellbeing; recognising the importance of professionally lead, cultural interventions; creating replicable, scaleable, sustained impact. Their vision is simple: they dream of everyone in the UK who has ever felt marginalised or othered, to experience singing a song they love, out loud.