Harmony Music Foundation Presents:
Youth Music Initiative
Uplifting disadvantaged youth through music education. Building solidarity and self-confidence with performances, interactive music lessons and drum circles.
My name is Sebastian Guile, principal founder of Harmony Music foundation. For 2 years I was disabled with an autoimmune disorder called celiac disease. During this time I gained a lot of empathy for human hardships.
I decided to combine my skills as a qualified professional music teacher with my newfound perspectives on life to create non-profit organization, which would allow me to change the lives of South African children through music.
In early 2014 I came up with the idea of Harmony Music Foundation. I formulated a specialized syllabus that teaches basic musical concepts in a fun and engaging manner to create upliftment in the community and grow self-confidence in the individual. So far we have reached various children’s homes and schools and the interest is growing rapidly!
This year, with our “Youth Music Initiative” project, we are looking to have our students spread the love and music by having them perform at public gatherings, old age homes, TV shows and radio stations. This venture requires a lot of time and material resources so we need your help with funding.
Give the gift of music, and unleash the full power
of Harmony Music Foundation on South Africa.
Milestone 1 – R60 000
The Tipping Point
Salaries for staff
Djembes for students
Milestone 2 – R110 000
Keyboards, Guitars and microphones for full band performances
Milestone 3 – R250 000
Employment of additional teachers to reach more areas simultaneously,
creation of additional teaching resources,
hiring out big venues for talent shows.