Dear Friend, Thanks to your support and God’s provision, 2018 was a monumental year for Music for Life! Together, we made a tremendous impact on the children and communities we serve. While it’s difficult to quantify our work with mere numbers, we feel it’s important to measure the impact we’re making so we can see the […]
Battling the cycle of poverty is a dynamic challenge, a challenge that requires long-term commitment, investment and consistency amidst harsh environments. It requires overcoming many obstacles and an unwavering faith that God will continue to guide, provide and lead us to His plan in our lives. Each year we celebrate our university graduates. This year […]
Welcome to the Spring Edition of Between Friends. This quarterly newsletter includes updates about the Choir and features stories about our field programs in Africa. Please provide your email address below if you would like to be notified when new editions are published. Enjoy!
Our mission to help the vulnerable children of Africa goes beyond supporting and educating the children of the Choir program. We have also established various relief and education projects across the continent that help 1,000’s of suffering children every year. Projects such as our Music for Life Centers, which operate across Uganda and Kenya, offering in-need […]
The African Children’s Choir perform at ‘Unite for an AIDS-Free Generation’ in the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.
African Children’s Choir Primary School There are roughly 25 staff members at the African Children’s Choir Primary School, including teachers, dorm parents, a nurse, cooks, and guards/gardeners. Our visit was a good time to truly appreciate the incredible job they all do, evident in the Primary 7 exam results each year, and the general atmosphere […]
Katherine, an alumni of the 10th African Children’s Choir has recently graduated from Nursing School in Kenya.
Music for Life director Alex Palmer and I took the same flight from Uganda to Kenya. I was pleased to see the base/office. It is quite able to host a visiting team or a group of children! There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in a nice area. Green Gardens Primary School Mwai, David, Jerusha, […]
The African Children’s Choir meets Queen Elizabeth II
For those of our friends who were unable to watch this on television, here it is! Introduced by Australian musician Rolph Harris, the African Children’s Choir together with the Common Wealth Band, Sir Andrew-Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow perform “Sing”, the official song of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, live at the fountain […]