Sarah’s Story in Ugandan Press

The  story of Sarah’s 30 mile run to raise funds for the African Children’s Choir was carried yesterday in the Ugandan Press in ‘New Vision’ which is described as “Uganda’s Leading Daily”. Below is a short excerpt, but you can read the full story by clicking on the following link:   Sarah’s run took place five […]

Sarah’s run: the final video

At Music For Life and the African Children’s Choir we’re all very proud of Sarah Lambie’s incredible achievement of completing a fund-raising 30 mile run yesterday. We’re delighted that the video from Uganda has now been edited and we are able to feature this below. Please be sure to read the earlier posts to get […]

Congratulations Sarah!!

Congratulations to Sarah Lambie for successfully completing today’s run of thirty miles to help raise funds for the work that Music For Life and the African Children’s Choir are doing to improve children’s lives in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, South Sudan, South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana. Please visit the previous posts for more information about Sarah’s […]

IT’s today!! Sarah’s 30 mile run

After all the training and preparation the big day has finally arrived. Our prayers and best wishes are with Sarah Lambie as she sets out to do something that’s extraordinary – run 30 miles through the villages of rural Uganda into Kampala. And it’s for a very good cause.  Here are Sarah’s own words: Why […]

30years, 30miles, 30k

It’s absolutely fantastic when supporters of Music For Life and The African Children’s Choir, take the initiative and come up with a plan where they personally fundraise for our work in Africa. One such couple, Scott and Sarah Lambie, have hatched a plan and set a target to raise $30,000. In celebration of 30 years of The African […]

Supporters’ photos from S. Africa

Kathy McMinn and her team from Plymouth, Massachusetts, have been loyal, long term supporters of Music For Life and The African Children’s Choir. We were delighted that they were able to take the time to fly out to South Africa to visit two of our centres there. In her video above, Kathy shares some of […]

Guest Post by Lynne Dobson

August 2014 What a week! Since first coming to Uganda in 2008 I have found it to be a place where things happen and magical interactions empower change and create joy. Singer songwriter Sara Hickman and myself, a lover of Africa and photographer, are visiting from Austin, Texas. I’m happy to have my 19 year-old daughter, Claire, a college […]

Back packs for Mulago Children

Children from the Mulago Music For Life Center in Uganda, pose proudly with their new back packs for carrying their school books. For them, it’s a huge leap forward, since up until now, most had to use flimsy paper bags to try to store and carry their books. These children recognise that ‘education’ can be […]

Volunteer Coordinator

The African Children’s Choir is Hiring! Are you passionate about volunteers and missions? Are you excited about the work of the African Children’s Choir? If so we want to hear from you! Music for Life is currently seeking to fill the role of Volunteer Coordinator. (Prior experience with Music for Life/African Children’s Choir is strongly preferred) The Volunteer Coordinator […]

Choir 42 is coming

We are excited to announce that Choir 42 will be arriving in August to start their tour and will be touring across the Midwest, USA! Will you be able to help them? The Choir are still in need of a few items to get them going… Would you be willing to help donate to provide […]

Recognition for Choir 40

We’re delighted to be able to share with you, two letter which Choir 40 received recently. Both unexpected, but nevertheless gratefully received. One is from Joseph Kennedy, and the other from the city of Freetown – their proclamation of “Celebrate Uganda Week”!

Boston Globe Article

African Children’s Choir to share the stage with local kids By Robert Knox | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT FEBRUARY 06, 2014 The African Children’s Choir, a troupe of young singers from Uganda, will break new ground when it appears with singers from the Plymouth elementary schools and the South Shore Conservatory in the next week. “It’s something […]

Reason to Celebrate

We want to share the following good news with our friends and supporters. Below is the content of an email which we have just received from the Kenya Office. We have a reason to Celebrate and Thank God so much as Johnson, who toured with ACC30, did exceptionally well in his recent primary leaving exams.   […]