We’d like to share a song with you that has been specially written to help raise funds for us.
‘I want Change’ was written by Simon Glossop, a song writer just starting out. The track was inspired by the art of Banksy – ‘Keep your coins, I want change’.
The song was written as a response to a monthly challenge on a website for songwriters who are over 50. This was set up by singer/songwriter Saskia Griffiths Moore in order to give the older generation a musical voice. I’m just starting out really (at 57 yrs)!
The challenge was to write a song with the title ‘Resolutions’. It struck me that all resolutions are rather egocentric so I thought about helping others and that’s where the lyrics came from. I’m very serious about addressing all inequalities and injustices, homelessness being in that category. We are all a small step away from losing everything and community is about looking after each other.
To listen to this thought-provoking song please click this link ‘I want change’
If you are experiencing some form of homelessness, need to speak with us about any of the training courses we run or another form of support you think we can help you with, please get in touch.