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Ocorian Trustees support The Choir with No Name

Ocorian Trustees, together with Arts Council England and Kobalt Music, are supporting The Choir with No Name with the release of a single to coincide with World Homeless Day on 10 October 2019.

The choir, made up of people who have found themselves homeless, held its first rehearsal in March 2008 and now has over 170 members singing with them every week. The initiative saw the choir record a version of 'This is Me', the lead single from The Greatest Showman, with an accompanying video shot at studio sessions in Birmingham, Liverpool and London.

All money raised from distribution of the single will go towards the choir's work supporting over 1000 homeless people each year. 

Ocorian Managing Director, Simon Burgess, said, "Ocorian Trustees are delighted to support the great work of The Choir with No Name and we are looking forward to the release of the single. Ocorian are committed to our global charitable theme of the environment and sustainability and I see the development of sustainable communities sitting at the heart of this. Helping people who find themselves homeless is a key to healthy, sustainable communities."

The single and video can be found at

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