The choir, formed in 1974 form the two oldest choirs in the province, will entertain shoppers between 7.00-8.00pm with a collection of well-known carols.
Action on Hearing Loss is currently seeking volunteers for a minimum of 2 hours on the day to help with the collection. Festive attire is encouraged and volunteers will be provided with hot drinks from Starbucks and Christmas treats.
Norma Kelly, Regional Volunteer Manager at Action on Hearing Loss, said: “The Big Belfast Christmas Collection is a great opportunity to give volunteering a go and have some fun during the run up to Christmas. Sadly, many people in Northern Ireland won’t be able to enjoy the sound of carols this Christmas due to their hearing loss - if you can spare two hours, please volunteer or come along, enjoy the music and give generously to support people with deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss.”
To volunteer, visit bit.ly/AOHL18 to download an application form.
Action on Hearing Loss supports people in Northern Ireland with deafness, tinnitus or hearing loss to live the life they choose. The charity runs a range of services across Northern Ireland for NHS hearing aid users, people with tinnitus and people with deafness or hearing loss looking for jobs, education or training. To find out more, visit www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/northernireland