Vocal Integrity Support ICAN


Vocal Integrity’s Charity Partnership with the children’s communication charity ICAN.

As part of our determination to raise the agenda of providing one of the most important life skills – that of effective communication – to people everywhere we have formed a link with ICAN and a percentage of our profits each month go to support the work of this wonderful charity. So you can be assured that a portion of your fee is going towards this charity. I CAN is the children’s communication charity. They are experts in helping children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to thrive in a 21st century world. I CAN’s vision is a world where all children have the communication skills they need to fulfil their potential and mission is that no child should be left out or left behind because of a difficulty speaking or understanding.

You can find out more about ICAN by clicking here

I CAN is the children’s communication charity. We are experts in helping children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to thrive in a 21st century world. Our vision is a world where all children have the communication skills they need to fulfil their potential. Our mission is that no child should be left out or left behind because of a difficulty speaking or understanding.

Volunteer.

Volunteers are incredibly important to I CAN and we are constantly looking for committed people who are prepared to give some of their time to work with us and further our aims.

Fundraising Events.

Whether it’s a 5km fun run like the adidas Women’s 5k Challenge, conquering Mount Snowdon or our Sponsored Silence, we have a full range of events for you to sign up to.

Corporate Support.

Our Corporate Partnerships team works closely with partners to understand their objectives and identify areas of mutual benefit. We have the experience to ensure a successful, rewarding partnership.


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