Download and donate

So here’s the deal, if you like the song download it, spread the word. For many Christmas is a joyous time but for some it is a time of anxiety, stress, sadness and for some loss and grief. Simply by purchasing this song you will not only have a great tune in your library but the money will go toward helping children that are facing some tough times.

I have created something that I hope will bring a smidgen of happiness with its overtly chintzy Christmas bells and repetitive hooks. If you enjoy it – if it made you smile that has to be worth something right. So I’m asking you to make a small donation to either or both of the charities.

iTunes and Apple Music

If you would like purchase the song from iTunes or via Apple Music, simple use the links below.

Purchase from iTunes
Purchase from Apple Music

Purchase from Google Play
Purchase from Amazon

The links to donate are below. For Christopher’s Smile you can text a donation from your mobile and for South Hill Park you can follow the link to their donation page.

Thank you for Listening.

Have a fab Christmas


To text a donation to Christopher’s Smile using Text Giving is quick and easy.

To make a £3 donation to Christopher’s Smile simply text

COZK15 £3 to 70070

To make a £5 donation text COZK15 £5.  You can donate any amount from £1 to £99


JustTextGiving is a service funded and run by Vodafone.

To make a donation to South Hill Park Trust.

Click on this link and you will be taken to their donation page.

South Hill Park Trust

South Hill Park Trust is a registered charity and exists to provide art and culture to the local community through a wide range of courses and workshops for adults and young people, as well as providing two theatres, a cinema and free to attend exhibitions.

Wilde about arts is part of the youth services (including youth group 11/19 and bursaries for theatre courses) following a cut in funding from the Local Authority. These services are aimed at supporting the vulnerable and disadvantaged young people within the community.

All of the income raised from individual giving is ring-fenced to support the charitable aims of South Hill Park Trust.