Let the Children Sing! I'm raising money for VOENA

by Lisa Moore




Thanks for visiting my fundraising page!

Please help me support VOENA by making a tax-deductible donation through my Sing for America fundraising page. The process is fast, easy, and secure.

VOENA "uniting the world with children's voices" is a unique vocal experience for children ages 5-18.  They have been invited by Presidents Clinton and Bush, London Olympics, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and countries abroad to perform their message of peace and dreams of reigniting our human connection to each other. 

See them HERE.

Singing multilingual music and traveling abroad helps the children think beyond borders. Their director, Annabelle Marie, received the Jefferson Award for her no-audition policy, accepting all children based on desire and not based on capability. She teaches children how to educate their "ear" to understand pitch. Being a non-profit 501(c)3 allows VOENA to go beyond socio-economic barriers using grants for scholarships, running music workshops in TITLE I schools, and performing in community opportunities. Donations raised by you will help fund these scholarships!

Between now and April, I’ll be rehearsing with the Sing for America Chorus for our Annual Benefit Concert at 7 p.m. on April 16, 2023, at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. This year’s concert will showcase an incredible variety of choral music, beautiful orchestrations, and exceptional guest artists. Our concert theme is “Brand New Day: songs of hope and renewal”.  I hope you will be able to attend our Gala Benefit Concert on April 16 at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater in San Francisco. Please use “SFA055” in the coupon box at City Box Office for a $10 discount off the $45 ticket price. It’s going to be a terrific show!

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