Celebrate the NHS by downloading the song 'We Are the Same Inside'
Celebrate the NHS this Christmas and support your local hospital by downloading the heart-warming charity single 'We Are The Same Inside' - which gives thanks to the NHS in its 70th year.
‘We Are The Same Inside’ by ‘Melody Makers Choir and Horfield Primary School Choir for the NHS’ is available to download on all digital download sites.
This Christmas we're asking everyone to download the song for just 99p on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon or across other download sites from November 30 to support the hospital, its patients and help fund projects that improve the NHS for future generations. You can pre-order on iTunes and Amazon from November 19.
It is also available via Spotify from November 22.
Money raised from downloads will be donated to Southmead Hospital Charity to support patients and fund medical research and new equipment at North Bristol NHS Trust. You can also support us by simply sharing the song and video on your social media pages.
Click here to go to our Facebook page and share 'We Are The Same Inside'.
Watch the music video:
We Are The Same Inside was recorded at St George’s Bristol, BIMM (British and Irish Modern Music Institute) and Invada studios in Bristol.
It was produced by Guy Britton, with Natalie Veal on piano, Toby Partridge on drums, guitars by Alex Rudhall and bass guitar by Ed Holland.
Lead vocalists are Sarah Villaraus, Rebekah Brown and Nathan Hughes.
Composed and written by Melody Makers Choir leader, Natalie Veal with lyric support from Natalie Sital-Singh.
Read more about the story behind the song here.
The impact you can make
By downloading the song you will make a huge difference to the patients, staff and relatives at Southmead Hospital, Cossham Hospital and in the health communities of South Gloucestershire, Bristol and North Somerset. If you'd like to give more to support better healthcare for future generations please set up a regular donation through direct debit.
Your donations could fund projects like...
- A flat for parents whose babies are being treated in the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to stay in
- A surgical robot to treat urological cancers and give more people a better chance of beating cancer
- Research in to Parkinson's Disease to improve treatment options
- Therapy sessions with patients who have dementia through Fresh Arts
Please support us in whatever way you can to improve healthcare for generations to come.
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