The Rotary Club of Grantham is raising funds for its own foundation in January with a concert which will include the Military Wives Choir.
About 40 women will make up the choir which will perform in the concert at the Guildhall Arts Centre on January 24 to support the Rotary Foundation.
The foundation is raising money for a massive project to rid the world of polio. The Bill Gates Foundation has already invested £400 million in fighting the disease and Rotary hopes to match it.
The Foundation also encourages young people to visit foreign countries, meet people abroad and learn about their cultures in a bid to build more understanding of each other and help maintain a peaceful world.
The Rotary concert will open with the Grantham School of Dance and also feature young a capella group The C Sharps, classical guitarist Nigel Truman organiser Barry Phillips’ band Azulykit.
Barry’s band will play all their own songs and one of them will be performed with the Military Wives.
Ticket cost £15 and are available from the Guildhall box office on 01476 406158 or go to www.guildhallartscentre.com