“We’re so proud to have commissioned & initiated this new project for Norfolk. Leading the choir is Anna Mudeka, one of the most inspirational people in the county. The choir is one of the Hostry Festival’s Signature Projects, returning annually with a brand new concert full of new material, costumes and dance. We wish the choir and all who support it very best wishes for their first 5 years of programming with us.”
STASH KIRKBRIDE & PETER BARROW
Co-founders of the African Choir of Norfolk & Hostry Festival at Norwich Cathedral.
“When we're together, we're no longer just individuals, we're family. We support each other in this sisterhood."
Member of the African Choir of Norfolk
BECOME A SUPPORTER
The African Choir of Norfolk is a Not-For-Profit, Community Interest Project, produced by the PBSK Partnership. If you’d like to help us realise our ambitions even further, you can make a donation and/or discuss the ways in which you can support as a trust, charity, business or philanthropist by contacting our Choir’s producer Stash Kirkbride: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome donations however small or large, as each amount of funding will help us deliver our ever-growing programme of activities throughout the year. The choir holds a bank account at Santander bank, city branch, Norwich, Norfolk. Account details available on request.
The choir is currently offering an exciting opportunity for a business or individual to become our Principal Sponsor. This is a year round profile and association with the Choir, with above the title credit & logo status on all printed materials, posters & programs, social media and website. Yeary donations can be talked over in detail with the Choir’s co-founder and producer Stash Kirkbride.
Again we are offering the chance for Norfolk businesses to support by association of logo status on all printed material, adverts, social media & website. Both the above options also include profile in the Hostry Festival’s annual publicity which goes out to 30,000 people across Norfolk from July to November each year.