There are many ways in which you can help the work of Music For Life and the African Children’s Choir®. We have listed a few of them on this page.
Connect with a child and make a lasting impact on his or her life, and on the lives of those in their family and community.
The Child Sponsorship program that Music For Life provides is a long-term opportunity to make a difference in the life of an African child who might not otherwise have a chance to receive a quality education.
Make a Donation
You can support Music For Life and the African Children’s Choir financially through any contribution that you feel you would like to make. Music for Life is a registered charity in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Uganda, Kenya, and South Africa. All contributions that you make to Music for Life are eligible for a tax deduction as allowed by law.
Become a Friend of the Choir
By becoming a Friend of the Choir you are part of the Choir’s extended family and will make a valuable contribution to their continuing activities.
Your monthly donation will help these beautiful, talented children bring joy to audiences around the world while spreading the message about the plight of all the vulnerable children back in Africa. Friends of the Choir help meet the costs of Choir training in Africa, travel costs, medical needs, and other expenses as the Choirs tour abroad.
Corporate Employee Giving
Many corporations have giving programs that assist their employees in supporting charities and volunteer organizations in your community.
Other Ways To Support The Choir
Attend a concert
Spread the word and attend a concert of the Choir in a city near you. Invite friends and let them also experience the beauty, dignity and unlimited ability of these incredible children.
Host the Choir
Invite the Choir to perform in your Church, Community Center or School. It is simpler than you think to have the Choir perform in a venue near you.
Volunteers with the African Children’s Choir® come from all walks of life, from all over the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa. What they share is a passion to make a difference for the children of Africa.
Whatever your involvement — from a long-term chaperone to a short-term team member to an on–tour intern — you will be a part of making thousands of lives more meaningful in Africa…