|In February, we are bringing a choir of 20 children from Uganda to tour for four months, until May. These children will be “ambassadors” for the children still living in poverty in their communities. The choir will perform their (Ugandan and English) gospel songs, in schools and churches across the UK and Ireland. Through this tour, we hope to be able to sponsor another 200–300 children and rescue more children from the streets. This will be an incredible experience for the children in the choir and also an amazing opportunity for them to help transform their own communities.|
Come and See the ChoirTouring is about to begin and the New Life Choir will be in a church near you very soon! Find out when and where the choir will be performing and don’t miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime!
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Bring the Choir to your AreaIf you are based in the UK or Ireland and would like to have the choir at your church or school, please fill in our provisional booking form.
Book the Choir for your church
Book the Choir for your school
Travel with the Choir
We still need one more UK chaperone who is 25+ to travel with the choir. This will be an amazing opportunity to look after all aspects of the children on tour.
Follow the New Life Choir BlogDiscover what the choir kids have been up to and follow their hilarious stories on our blog.
Read the New Life Choir blog
We have 20 children, chosen from across our schools, who currently make up the choir. As the training continues, we will update you on the children and their progress.
|Today, thanks to our amazing supporters, Abaana has 4,000 children attending our 13 schools across Uganda (1,300 of which are sponsored). That is 4,000 lives that have the chance to break free from the poverty cycle.
One of the first children we supported through sponsorship was Catherine, who is now a young lady. Find out more about Catherine and her story:
|Abaana also works with street children in Kampala, and some of the former street children will be on the choir. Quite literally from the streets of Kampala, scraping for food to survive to touring the UK and Ireland in the care of Abaana. Find out more about life on the streets.|