Horizon Nuclear Power has confirmed its support of Welsh music charity Aloud through signing up as a Founding Member of their Corporate Membership Scheme, Calon.
The Aloud Charity runs 14 Only Boys Aloud choirs across Wales working with 11-19 year old boys to boost confidence and skills through singing together and provide transformative performance opportunities.
The corporate membership scheme has been designed to encourage Welsh Businesses to get behind the work of the charity and show their commitment to investing in their local communities.
Sasha Davies, Head of Strategic Development Wales at Horizon Nuclear Power, said:
“We’re incredibly pleased to be supporting the Aloud Charity and their efforts to get more people singing across North Wales.
“Aloud is a fantastic organisation that helps young people develop self-belief, self-confidence and raise their aspirations – all through the power of song! Singing plays such a big part in Welsh culture and we’re proud to be helping the charity give the next generation of singers more opportunities.”
Tim Rhys Evans MBE, Artistic Director of Aloud, said:
“We are sincerely grateful to have Horizon Nuclear Power as the Founding Member of the Calon Scheme. The work that Aloud delivers to local communities through the Only Boys Aloud programme has been proven as a much-needed service and we couldn’t continue to deliver this activity without our funding partners. We hope this partnership will act as a catalyst to encourage further business support for the arts across Wales.”
Horizon Nuclear Power has demonstrated its commitment to supporting local communities through various donations and sponsorships, including the National Eisteddfod of Wales and the Anglesey Agricultural Society.