Start a chorus to enrich your community.

Giving Voice choruses foster joy, well-being, purpose and community understanding as they celebrate the potential of people living with dementia. A Giving Voice chorus brings renewed purpose, learning, friendships, and happiness to people in your community living with Alzheimer’s disease. It changes the attitudes of care partners, family members, friends, and community members, bringing people with dementia out of the shadows through shared music making.

Become a part of this worldwide movement! Giving Voice can provide tools to help you launch a chorus as well as give you guidance in how to sustain a chorus in your community.

“But with this disease I’m learning to enjoy the moment, and I’m finding that I like myself this way.” — Singer with Alzheimer’s
“I’m part of something; not a stranger. I’m still here. I’m connected.” — Singer with Alzheimer’s
“I can be any way I need to be in here. I’m with people." — Singer with Alzheimer’s
“I can be any way I need to be in here. I’m with people." — Singer with Alzheimer’s
“There is no wrong in this room.” — Singer with Alzheimer’s

Be a part of the Giving Voice movement.

Become part of a growing global community of organizations that are using the irrepressible power of singing to improve the lives of people with dementia and their care partners. Lend your organization’s voice to the message that there can still be joy after a dementia diagnosis.

Take advantage of our tools.

In our free Giving Voice Toolkit, we answer these questions — and many more:

  • Who should host a Giving Voice chorus?
  • What’s involved in planning a chorus?
  • What’s special about the Giving Voice experience?
  • What’s involved in operating a chorus?
  • How much will it cost and who will pay for it?

Access our free Toolkit