Charity Music Festival Unites KZN Schools
LIV Celebrates 5 years with music
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LIV, a KwaZulu-Natal village based charity that provides holistic residential care for 198 vulnerable and parentless children, will be celebrating its fifth anniversary in June.

 Their core mission and vision is to rescue a child, restore a life, raise a leader and release a star. As a part of their holistic care, LIV has a choir that is made up of a group of children, aged from 7 years and up, that performs at various events.

 “Music plays a large role in the lives of the children to build confidence, concentration, learn discipline, and to help grow their musical skill. The choir has helped our children to work in unity and to appreciate each other. We have seen them grow emotionally and overcome so much in their lives through the music programme,” says Tich Smith, LIV founder.

 As part of their anniversary celebration, the LIV Village choir will be performing at the inaugural KZN Charity Music Festival, made possible by The Wealth Corporation. All proceeds from the event will go to LIV.

“We will be using the donation towards the running of the village and to contribute to the education of the children,” says Smith.

 The KZN Schools’ Music Festival, to be held at the Durban City Hall on Monday, 22 June 2015, promises to be a true celebration that unites the youth of KZN. Nine schools from across the province have made their choirs and orchestras available to participate.

 “The youth participating in this event represent the future of our country, therefore we are proud to be investing in tomorrow’s leaders,” says Peter Nieuwoudt, a Director at The Wealth Corporation.

How you can help:

Celebrate with and support LIV in its fifth year by buying a ticket to the KZN Charity Music Festival. Tickets are R100 for adults and R50 for children in school uniform. These can be bought online via Computicket.

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