Music For Life Outreach Program

Learn About Our Outreach Teams


Our Music for Life Outreach teams are made up of young adults who once traveled with the African Children’s Choir®.

Where We Work

In the slums of Africa, children live with the harsh realities of extreme poverty every day.

They often live with one parent who struggles constantly to find one meal a day and money for school fees. Their homes are small shacks nestled tightly together with no running water, electricity or sanitation services. There are high rates of crime, prostitution and pornography is widely available. In this environment, parents struggle to raise their children.

We are committed to breaking this cycle of poverty by providing mentorship and discipleship to children living in these areas through our outreach programs.


Our teams reach 550 new children each year.


Spanning 14 different African locations.

Our outreach teams meet children across Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda, teaching them about the love, grace, and hope of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Their spirits rise and their faith takes hold as they see a glimpse of God’s love.

“The mentorship program is powerful because it continues to carry forward the vision of the African Children’s Choir. Now that we have been trained as bearers of hope – we have been given the opportunity to exercise it by also holding the hand of those that follow.”

Amanda – Outreach Leader

Adopt a Music for Life Outreach Location

This is a unique opportunity for your congregation to engage and band together to provide discipleship, mentorship and support to our young outreach leaders. By adopting a Music for Life outreach location, you will become an extension of the Music for Life family in helping some of Africa’s most vulnerable children today, so they can help Africa tomorrow.


Each location can be sponsored for $6,000 per year.


  • Skype sessions with Music of Life outreach leaders in Africa
  • A video to introduce your congregation to your outreach leaders and location 
  • Videos of the outreach sessions taking place
  • Artwork, poems and letters sent from the children at your location to your Church
  • A report per term detailing the progress of your location 


  • Training for your outreach leaders 
  • Transportation costs 
  • In field administration 
  • Weekly snacks for the children attending your location
  • Music, arts and crafts materials for the sessions 

“Becoming a mentor has enabled me to speak positively into the lives of my younger brothers and sisters. I’ve learnt that when you get an opportunity to speak into someone else’s life, give it your all, because that word of encouragement that you give, could be all someone needs to help turn their life around.”

Moriah – Outreach Leader

University Graduate Leadership


Each week our university students go to one of our Music For Life Outreach Centres located in primary schools in some of the most deprived areas. They lead extra-curricular activities which these greatly under resourced and over-crowded schools can not hope to provide such as music, dance, life skills and bible. There is always games and something to eat too!

The college students understand the children’s struggles as they too come from similar backgrounds. They serve as role models as they mentor the children with lots of love and encouragement.

Children are able through this program to discover their talents which in turn develops confidence, improved communication skills and teamwork. The spill over effect is improved learning and concentration in the classroom which is often remarked on by the class teachers.