Yesterday we had our last Garden of Goodness workshop at the Learning Support Centre, ESF King George V. It was such great morning and we are very happy to know our garden found such a nice home.
Alice Herz, what an amazing woman, a true advocate of the strength you can find in music. Such a humbling story.
Even though we are still a very small charity, this debate is close to our heart. We need to change the mentality on how we view charities, Dan Pallotta is very good in explaining this.
Beautiful project - bringing instruments to the troops out there.
More about Operation Happy Note on their website.
It is a child's right to play.
We are very passionate about this and whilst undertaking research for our own new project, we came across this amazing video from Plan Australia. It will melt your heart, just watch it.
Last night we had our first knitting club. We loved it.
We will be having monthly knitting sessions where you can learn how to knit and help us make blankets, scarves or other garments which will be donated to people in need.
Our next session will be Thursday 13 March, 7.00-9.00 pm. Please go to the webpage to sign up.
After a severe accident Charlotte White lost a lot of her abilities. However, now she is a celebrated musician and composer. The wonders of determination mixed with technology.
To read the full BBC article, please click here. Or to listen to the interview, follow this link.
In this world where youth reigns, we easily forget our elderly. Very unfortunate knowing we will all grow older. Life circles is an amazing project that brings dance and movement to the elderly in the community. It stirs the soul.
For more information, please visit their website but maybe start with watching this beautiful video below.
Lizzie Bee is looking for a paediatrician or doctor specialised in cancer treatments for an interview. If you know someone who would like to be involved in a meaningful project, please get us in touch. Thanks!