A community choir in Newry is using its voice to help a teenager with nueroblastoma to travel to America for a cancer treatment being trialed there.
Lauren Fitzgerald's family say the vaccine is showing promise in reducing the chances of relapse.
The 13-year-old was diagnosed with neuroblastoma - a rare form of cancer - last summer.
For the past 10 months, Lauren's been undergoing intensive chemotherapy, radiotherapy and immunotherapy.
"I've always been able to do normal things...and to be confined to one room for a full month or to not be able to leave the hospital at all, it's such a different experience," Lauren told UTV.
Neuroblastoma is an aggressive and incredibly complex cancer to treat and that's why Lauren and her family want to pay for a vaccine being trialled in New York.
Neuroblastoma has a high chance of coming back again...it just gives you the piece of mind that there's less of a chance that I will get sick again and less of a chance that I'll have to go through all of this again.
A community choir in Newry called 'Choir Studio' have released a charity single to help raise the almost £250,000 for Lauren's trip.
The choir have covered Annie Lennox and Al Green's 'Put a Little Love in Your Heart'.
"Lauren is a beautiful girl and she's so positive, she has a beautiful energy about her and we thought a sad song just wouldn't do her justice, so 'Put a little love in your heart' has a message and that's what we're asking people - but a wee bit of love in your heart," said Kathy McCaughey, a lead singer in the choir.
Lauren told UTV: "It's a really good song and such an uplifting song - it's just really humbling how kind people can be."
Currently undergoing a course of immunotherapy, Lauren's journey is far from over.
It's now hoped music will help pave the way for the next phase of her road to recovery.
LISTEN: Put a Little Love in Your Heart by The Choir Studio Newry