All the proceeds from this year's concert will go to the Oxford Children's Hospital.

Charities that have Benefited from Previous Churchill Memorial Concert Trust Grants:

Abbeyfield Oxenford Charitable Trust
Providing extra care residential facilities for elderly people.

Age Concern Witney - The Elms Day Centre
Provides social activities for elderly people with physical and mental disabilities.

Banbury Young Homelessness Project
Provides advice, support and accommodation for the homeless in North Oxfordshire.

Bladon Junior Church
An active Sunday school for children up to the age of 14 years.

Blue Cross
Welfare of companion animals, operating through network of animal adoption centres, animal hospitals & equine centres.

Bridewell Organic Gardens
Provides a therapeutic garden for the wellbeing of adults suffering from physical and mental health problems.

Charlbury Scouts and Guides
An active troop of boys and girls undertaking a wide range of ventures at all levels.

Children in Touch
Assists autistic children's integration into mainstream schools and provides extracurricular activities.

Churchill Old Parish Preservation Society
Set up in 1922 to maintain the structure of the Old Church as well as establish a small museum of local history within it.

CLIC-Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood
Provides two Home Care Nurses for Oxfordshire families and a "Home from Home" for families needing to be close to the John Radcliffe Hospital.

Coombe Pre-School
Facilities supporting development of local pre-school children in a village environment.

Cutteslowe Community Network
Co-ordinates and promotes projects which aim to address the neglected needs of people living on these two council estates.

Dogs for the Disabled
Trains specially selected dogs to carry out a range of practical, everyday tasks to assist their disabled owners.

Emmaus Oxford
Provides accommodation and work for homeless people by creating self-supporting communities.

Energy & Vision
Provides drugs education to young people through programmes in schools, colleges, prisons, pupil referral units and parent groups.

Friendship Trust
Helps young people with behavioural problems.

Is an Oxford drop-in centre for homeless people over 25, open in the early part of each evening.

Girlguiding 2nd Woodstock Guides
Where girls and young women meet weekly and are offered training in practical skills such as first aid.

Head Injury Re-Education
Provides specialist information and advice for those suffering from severe head injuries.

Hearing Dogs for the Deaf
Trains unwanted dogs to act as "ears" and companions for the deaf.

Helen House Children's Hospice
Provides day-to-day love and care to very sick children.

Highlands Day Centre, Chipping Norton
The centre provides day care facilities for the elderly.

Home Farm Trust
Provides homes, care and quality of life in village houses for people with learning disabilities.

Help for Heroes
Gives direct and practical support to those wounded in the service of our country since 9/11.

Imperial Cancer Research Fund Churchill Partners
Provides extra funds for use at the ICRF Oncology Unit at the Churchill Hospital.

Jacqueline du Pré Memorial Fund
Raised the funds to build the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building in Oxford.

JTSMA-Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
A support group for children and adults affected by spinal muscular atrophy and their families. It also raises money for research and to raise public awareness of the disease.

Katharine House Hospice
Offers specialist palliative care through in-patient unit, day care centre and in patients' homes.

Kidlington Spire Appeal
To help carry out the necessary repairs to the 15 th century spire of St Mary's Kidlington.

Helps children with special needs through respite care, short holidays and aid for medical equipment.

The Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation
Established to support the development of talent and potential of New Zealanders who are singers and musicians, by providing m entoring and financial support and thus assisting them in realising their artistic dreams.

Kirtlington Church of England Primary School
To improve sports and recreational facilities in a growing village school.

Lawrence Home Nursing Team
Provides skilled nursing care to support terminally ill patients and their families in their own homes.

Lucy Faithfull Travel Scholarship Fund
Aims to provide money to enable doctors, psychiatrists and social workers in the paediatric field to obtain practical experience in other centres, in this country and abroad.

Macmillan Cancer Relief
Provides specialist nurses and assistance.

Maggie's Oxford
Is a cancer support centre, providing information and emotional support to those affected by cancer.

Marlborough School
Funding for a Business Learning Centre for students and adults, also post-16 courses for students with disabilities.

M.R.J.R. Adolescent Unit Appeal
Raised funds to build a small ward for teenagers with life threatening illnesses.

Mulberry Bush School
Provides residential care for emotionally disturbed children from 5-11 years.

Music Therapy Charity
Was the inspiration for the Churchill Memorial Concerts. Its main purpose is to act as a co-ordinator and source of finance for all branches of music therapy.

Music Therapy Charity in association with Sobell House
Uses music with a creative an d clinical intent, for children and adults with a range of disabilities and mental health problems, and as a means of improving the quality of life for the chronically and terminally ill.

National Children's Home (NCH), Penhurst
A local special school catering for the needs of children with severe physical or learning disabilities.

National Musicians Symphony Orchestra
Enhancing practical skills required by orchestral musicians and a training opportunity for young professionals and music students.

Old Woodstock Town Football Team
The under 14's junior football team provides an important recreational activity for young people in Woodstock.

Omerod School
This school takes children aged 2-16 with physical disabilities and provides a programme of physical and communication skills mixed with a full range of curriculum and learning experiences.

Oxford Carers Centre
Funded by the local authority to support carers within the City of Oxford.

Oxford Children's Hospital Campaign
New Children's Hospital being built on the John Radcliffe Hospital site providing medical, nursing and therapy expertise for seriously ill children.

Oxford Coasters
Assists those with experience of mental illness and health problems to participate in sport and challenging outdoor activities.

Oxford Community Mediation
Offers the services of professional mediators in cases of neighbour disputes.

Oxford Family Skills Development Project
Offers skilled support to parents under stress.

Oxford Recording Centre for the Blind
Is based in the Bodleian Library and provides a service whereby volunteers read books required by visually handicapped students.

Oxfordshire Association for the Blind
Aims to support every visually impaired person in the county as personally and professionally as possible.

Oxfordshire Association for Young People
Provides a programme of opportunities and services for young people.

Oxfordshire Family Mediation Service
Works for the benefit of Oxfordshire children whose parents are divorcing or separating.

Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust
Provides financial assistance towards the repair of Oxfordshire churches of all denominations.

Oxfordshire Playbus
Provides recreational activities for those in poverty or isolated areas on converted double-decker bus.

Organises pottery classes for the blind and partially sighted in Woodstock.

Parentline (Oxford)
Aims to provide help for parents with problem children.

Parish Church of Kirtlington
To help build an appropriately designed porch, to be named the Millennium Porch, which will include a reception area.

Reading Quest
Is a home-school literacy project working with children living in pockets of deprivation who are at risk of failing to reach their educational potential.

Aims to help those with mental health problems by involving them in creative work.

Riding for the Disabled Association, Abingdon Group
Provides riding or driving opportunities for disabled people to enhance their wellbeing.

Riding for the Disabled Association, New Yatt
Provides riding facilities for 60-70 riders per week from schools, colleges, care centres and special needs units. Funding required for new indoor arena.

Supports children's community nursing team in Oxfordshire through provision of equipment and additional nursing.

St John's Home, Oxford
A voluntary residential home for elderly people who can no longer live alone.

St Luke's, Oxford
Provides for the long-term nursing care of the elderly.

Provides "entertainment and interesting things to do" for children with cancer being treated at the John Radcliffe Hospital.

Helps children up to 18 years old suffering from bereavement, providing one-to-one grief support plus advice to doctors and social workers.

5Eize the Day
Funding for supplementary equipment and facilities for patients being treated for leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma on ward 5E of the John Radcliffe Hospital.

Sobell House
Sobell House is concerned with the physical and psychological welfare of cancer patients and is a hospice at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford.

Uses simple music making techniques to unlock the potential of children, young people and adults who have severe physical and learning disabilities.

Provides specialised care for those in the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease.

Helps people with disabilities to enjoy and express themselves through games and leisure technology.

Springfield School
Hydrotherapy pool for disabled pupils at the school and the West Oxfordshire community.

Helps serving and ex-Service men and women, their families and dependants with practical help, advice and friendship when in need.

Stonesfield Scouts Group
Needed to build extra facilities in order to be able to include girls in their troop.

Sue Fowler Dyslexia Research Trust
Funding research into the nature and causes of developmental dyslexia among children.

Taylor House
Is a hostel where young people with physical disabilities may live and study for degrees at Oxford University or other institutions of higher education.

The Bridge (Oxford) Ltd
Provides direct help to homeless 16-25 year olds.

The Clive Project
Offers specialist individual and group support to younger people with early onset dementia and related disorders and their families and carers.

Unicorn School
Provides for dyslexic children between 6-11 and a training centre for teachers of dyslexia.

United World Youth Council
Part of Fontainebleu Youth Foundation, bringing together school leavers to discuss global issues.

Vale House, Botley
Provides care for people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.

Watlington Hospital
Enhances the quality of life of the hospital's patients.

West Oxfordshire Cats Protection
Offers a rescue and care service for unwanted, mistreated or stray cats.

Woodstock Broderers
Were especially created in 1989 to make 17 embroidered wall hangings for the Assembly Rooms of Woodstock Town Hall.

Woodstock Exhibition Foundation
Exists to give an annual supplementary grant to young people from Woodstock in higher education.

Young Oxford Bands Society
Organises a variety of activities to enable Oxfordshire youngsters to be involved with making pop and rock music, and by introducing them to adults in the business who wish to help.