New Children of the World Tour Begins!

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New Children of the World Tour Begins!

World Help is excited to kick off the 13th year of our Children of the World International Children’s Choir!

Each year, a special group of children from all over the world are invited to be a part of Children of the World’s 10-month tour across America. These incredible boys and girls are already part of our Child Sponsorship Program, and upon high school graduation, each will receive a college scholarship . . . providing the opportunity of a lifetime and a chance to reinvest in their respective home countries.

Children of the WorldThe Rescue Tour is a captivating program of song, dance, and creative visual media, which shares the story of millions of children struggling against the debilitating effects of poverty.

From remote mountain villages in Guatemala, to the overcrowded slums of Uganda, to the tattered shantytowns of Haiti, children are suffering from chronic malnutrition often caused by contaminated drinking water. Parents are desperate to find help for their dying children, but far too often, their cries are left unanswered. The situation is critical.

World Help is passionately committed to meeting this need through rescuing lives and making sustainable investments in clean-water projects and sponsorship programs. It is our hope that through experiencing Children of the World, people all over the country will catch the vision of this year’s Rescue Tour: To Rescue Lives, Rebuild Futures, and Renew Hope.

To view the 2012-2013 Rescue Tour schedule, or to request a concert at your church, school, or other venue of interest, visit today!


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