Choir made up of African children helps 7,000+ kids escape poverty and get a quality education
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African Children’s Choir
Who they are: a choir of 7—10 year-old children from various African countries
How it started: In 1981, In 1981, Ray Barnett was on a humanitarian trip to war-torn Uganda when he gave a small boy a ride from his decimated home to the safety of another village. During the journey, the child did what he knew how to do best - he sang. That simple song of dignity and hope became the catalyst for creating the African Children’s Choir where proceeds are used for building and maintaining homes for children, food and providing an education from their numerous tours around the world.
The music: traditional African songs, spirituals, and contemporary tunes
Where you’ve heard them: the Blood Diamond soundtrack
Where you’ve seen them: in concerts all over the world; American Idol; with Annie Lennox
What the tours have helped build: children’s homes, schools, impressive passport stamp collections, and myriad success stories
7,000+: the number of children in Africa currently supported by the program