King's College London

The Choir of King's College London

The Choir of Kings College London is one of the leading university choirs in England, and has existed since its founding by William Henry Monk in the middle of the 19th century. The Choir is directed by Dr Joseph Fort.
£0
raised
RCN Exempt Charities Act 1993

Story

All of us involved with the Choir of King's College London are deeply grateful for the wonderful support that we enjoy from our friends and alumni.

It is always good to have you at our services, and your warm presence in our concert audiences is something that we particularly value.

We greatly appreciate the financial support that many of you give us, and without which we simply could not function. This enables us to cover transport costs, venue hire, recording fees, individual voice lessons and choral scholarship stipends, amongst other things.

About the charity

King's College London

Verified by JustGiving

RCN Exempt Charities Act 1993
King's College London is one of the world's top 25 universities. It conducts world-changing research in a variety of areas including: cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's, conflict resolution and the environment. It also educates nearly 20,000 students, inspiring them to become the next generation of leaders, both in the UK and overseas. Only one third of the College's income comes from the Government - charitable donations are vital to its work. King's College London has charitable status under the Charities Act 1993.

Donation summary

Total raised
£0.00
Online donations
£0.00
Offline donations
£0.00
Direct donations
£0.00
Donations via fundraisers
£0.00

* Charities pay a small fee for our service. Find out how much it is and what we do for it.