I thought I would take this opportunity to remind all of you what we do and why we do it.
We aim to give a voice to voiceless children. Even though a child may be in a difficult situation, they still have the most powerful and pure imaginations, and this is what we aim to capture. We do this by capturing snippets using the incredible imagination of the children. Music has the ability to carry those messages across borders, stigmas and stereotypes. We believe that these messages, expressed as music, can foster greater compassion, healing and peace for the children.
We believe that music has an incredible power, and that in conjunction with other therapy, is a valuable and important resource that we can tap into.
Recently we have signed on 13 Ronald McDonald Houses and 6 Gilda's Clubs across the US. These partnerships help us to expand the scope of our work.
Here are some examples of stories that have been submitted to Sing me a Story recently.
You can look and listen to The Blue Macaw, by Nailah, aged 6.Hanadi, 7, from Ronald McDonald House, decided to write a story about her
Hanadi, 7, from Ronald McDonald House, decided to write a story about her cat!
The imagination really has no limit and it is incredible to see the wonderful things that children can come up with!
Thank you for your support!
The Charitable Trust
The Blue Macaw