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Charity Concert for Teachers For Progress

Enjoy a night of Christian choral music and support a good cause! You can choose your contribution amount by selecting the ticket price you like - USD$10, $20 etc.. 

Teachers For Progress is a campaign that raises funds for a charity called Justice Rising

One of Justice Rising's activities is to train teachers in war-torn areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  When you buy a ticket for this concert, the money goes towards providing professional training for the teachers. The teacher training helps them to improve their teaching skills and to equip their communities in the fight against diseases like Ebola. 

Please visit the Teachers For Progress Facebook page and Instagram accounts (@teachersforprogress) for more information. Alternatively, scroll down to the FAQ section below to find out more!

Drinks and light bites will be available during the intermission. We hope to see you on April 16!

*If the Covid-19 situation gets worse, the concert will be postponed. We won't be able to refund your contribution, but we definitely want to hold this concert if possible! We have been practising too hard to let it go....


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When
Friday July 17th
7:30 PM
Where
60 Hill Street, Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator, Singapore
60 Hill St, Singapore 179366

Story

We are a group of young people who love singing and gather to practice choral music rather regularly. After performing numerous times at friends' weddings, we found we had learnt enough songs to be able to hold a concert! Best of all, we realised we could raise money for disadvantaged communities through our performances. We teamed up with Teachers For Progress to do just that.

We have been practicising quite often, and while we aren't professionals, we think the wolves will not howl at our singing. We hope you won't, either. 

Posted by Eunice Tan





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