We use music to bridge divides, connect communities, and heal the wounds of war.
I choose to support Musicians without Borders over all other international NGOs because I've seen the impact of their work: they achieve miracles through the simple, universally human love of music. Thank you for your dedication to vulnerable children in sensitive hotspots around the world.
Last Saturday, Dr. Julie Sutton gave a special presentation to the Music Bridge trainees on music and trauma. During the workshop, the trainees practiced exercises exploring musical ways of working with people with trauma, building stronger connections between members of the group as well.
Watch the video clip Soud Homaidi made of the song written by blind children from al-Shurouq School. The song is recorded in our music studio in Dheisheh refugee camp and is the result of a series of ten rap workshops given by Musicians without Borders' rap workshop leaders.