Tuesday, 15 October 2013

‘Letters, Life and Love Stories Pre- Concert Reception Your Song: Your Story - how to get involved


January’s Letters, Life and Love Stories Concert and Carers’ Reception will pay tribute to the love and dedication of Scotland’s carers and the part played by the many professionals and volunteers who make a difference during the carer journey.
As part of this, the ALLIANCE is reaching out to inspirational individuals and groups, asking them to tell us about their caring journey, and the motivation behind their caring role.
Building on the musical theme, and as music is often such a powerful link to emotions, people or places, we are asking people to identify a particular song that resonates with their story or experiences.
By sending your story, you will automatically be entered into a ballot to win a pair of tickets to the reception at Caledonian University and concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 20 January. We have a total of 20 pairs of tickets to give away.
For more information and details of how to submit your entry, click here to download the guidance for submissions.
If you would like to get involved, return your completed form by 6th December to LifeStories@alliance-scotland.org.uk or by post to: Tommy Whitelaw, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland, 349 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4AA. 


‘Letters, Life and Love Stories’ Carers’ Reception
Monday 20th January 2014: Glasgow Caledonian University

Your Song: Your Story

As part of our Letters, Life and Love Stories Carers’ reception, we want to hear from carers and health and social care professionals about their journeys with their loved one or those they have cared for, the motivation behind their caring role and specifically whether there is a song that is particularly meaningful to them.
We’ve created a place where you can share your journey for your benefit, and the benefit of others. Telling your story is one way to let anyone going through a similar situation know that they are not alone. Your story matters, share it!
By sending your story, you will automatically be entered into a ballot to win a pair of tickets to the reception at Caledonian University and concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 20 January.  We have a total of 20 pairs of tickets to give away.
For more information and details of how to submit your entry, click here to download the guidance for submissions.

         

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