Children for Children
Help Us
Change
The World

About Us

For years, small groups of children from all around the country have been organizing and performing in benefit concerts. Kids would perform songs, recite poems, show their art, and even do some stand up comedy! The proceeds from these concerts go to a charity chosen by the kids to benefit children in need. This year, due to COVID-19, we are doing things differently by creating a virtual benefit concert containing performances from all around the world. Even through our challenges this year, we are uniting to bring more good into the world. Your donation will double because the Eyrealm Foundation will match every dollar up to a total match of $10,000.00.

This is Children for Children.

We invite you to watch some of the performances below, then donate to help us make a difference in the lives of many children.

Performances

Rosie, Dancelle, and Annelise Mickelson
Youtube Thumbnail for Rosie, Dancelle, and Annelise Mickelson
Singing/dancing
Sarah Kendell
Youtube Thumbnail for Sarah Kendell
Violin
Shelley Hansen
Youtube Thumbnail for Shelley Hansen
Art
Maxwell Stuart
Youtube Thumbnail for Maxwell Stuart
Piano
Gretel Busse
Youtube Thumbnail for Gretel Busse
Violin
Dela, and Aliya Gardener
Youtube Thumbnail for Dela, and Aliya Gardener
Violin, and Singing
Eleanor Scoville
Youtube Thumbnail for Eleanor  Scoville
Reading a poem
Auden Brown
Youtube Thumbnail for Auden Brown
Piano
Saul Kruckenburg
Youtube Thumbnail for Saul Kruckenburg
Bike Stunt
Racheal Hales
Youtube Thumbnail for Racheal Hales
Silks
Anna Morgan
Youtube Thumbnail for Anna Morgan
Piano
Not 'til Friday
Youtube Thumbnail for Not 'til Friday
Band
AJ Wankier
Youtube Thumbnail for AJ Wankier
Singing
Luceal Holbrook-Brown
Youtube Thumbnail for Luceal Holbrook-Brown
Caligraphy
Anna Young
Youtube Thumbnail for Anna Young
Piano
Amelia Holbrook-brown
Youtube Thumbnail for Amelia Holbrook-brown
World building
Eliza Hunter
Youtube Thumbnail for Eliza Hunter
Piano
Gretel and Izzie Busse
Youtube Thumbnail for Gretel and Izzie  Busse
Violin and Cello
Mara Murphy
Youtube Thumbnail for Mara Murphy
Art
Delilah Kruckenburg
Youtube Thumbnail for Delilah Kruckenburg
Piano/Singing
Henry Kendal
Youtube Thumbnail for Henry Kendal
Cello
Racheal Hales
Youtube Thumbnail for Racheal Hales
Juggling Jokes
Levi Kruckenburg
Youtube Thumbnail for Levi Kruckenburg
Assorted talents
Edwards girls
Youtube Thumbnail for Edwards girls
Dance
Skyline singers
Youtube Thumbnail for Skyline singers
Virtual Barbershop choir
Olive Smith
Youtube Thumbnail for Olive Smith
Singing
Gwendolyn, Maggie, Tobias, and Danny l. Palmer
Youtube Thumbnail for Gwendolyn, Maggie, Tobias, and Danny l. Palmer
Song
Rachael Hales
Youtube Thumbnail for Rachael Hales
Piano duet
Evans Kids
Youtube Thumbnail for Evans Kids
Three violins, and two Cellos
Eleanor Scoville
Youtube Thumbnail for Eleanor  Scoville
Singing
AJ Wankier
Youtube Thumbnail for AJ Wankier
Piano
Ava Lizon
Youtube Thumbnail for Ava Lizon
Art
Elsie Hansen
Youtube Thumbnail for Elsie Hansen
Piano
Maylin Junko
Youtube Thumbnail for Maylin Junko
Piano
Sadie Chadwick
Youtube Thumbnail for Sadie Chadwick
Piano
London Timothy
Youtube Thumbnail for London Timothy
Soccer
Evans Kids
Youtube Thumbnail for Evans  Kids
violins and cellos
Carter Chadwick
Youtube Thumbnail for Carter Chadwick
Piano
Dakota Kruckenburg
Youtube Thumbnail for Dakota Kruckenburg
Assorted talents
Emily, Judy, and Lauren Jacob
Youtube Thumbnail for Emily, Judy, and Lauren Jacob
Piano, Violin, and Cello
Talmage Hansen
Youtube Thumbnail for Talmage Hansen
Piano
Michel Jones
Youtube Thumbnail for Michel Jones
Piano
Ava Chadwick
Youtube Thumbnail for Ava Chadwick
Piano
Evans Kids
Youtube Thumbnail for Evans Kids
Violins and Cellos
LucyMae, and Samantha
Youtube Thumbnail for LucyMae, and Samantha
Two violins
Skye Timothy
Youtube Thumbnail for Skye Timothy
Music Video
Ian Timothy
Youtube Thumbnail for Ian Timothy
Science art drawings
Palmer Sisters
Youtube Thumbnail for Palmer Sisters
Singing, Piano, and Drums
Lauren Jacob
Youtube Thumbnail for Lauren Jacob
Cello
Three Ski Jumpers
Youtube Thumbnail for Three Ski Jumpers
Skiing
Peter Shumway
Youtube Thumbnail for Peter Shumway
Piano
Annie Katschke
Youtube Thumbnail for Annie Katschke
Violin
Will Tanner
Youtube Thumbnail for Will Tanner
Rubix Cube
Anna and Amber Felt
Youtube Thumbnail for Anna and Amber  Felt
Science
Peter Shumway
Youtube Thumbnail for Peter Shumway
Piano
Zenna Cox
Youtube Thumbnail for Zenna Cox
Singing
Hannah Cox
Youtube Thumbnail for Hannah Cox
RipStick
Traesa Cox
Youtube Thumbnail for Traesa Cox
Magic Show
Elsa Schwartz
Youtube Thumbnail for Elsa Schwartz
Piano
Lucy Potheir
Youtube Thumbnail for Lucy Potheir
Piano

About Charity: Water

Water Flowing Through Hands

This year, the proceeds from our online concert will go to Charity: Water, which is an organization that supplies water to people in developing countries. Charity Water works with local experts and people in the community to find the best, most sustainable water sources that will last for a long time. Each community that Charity Water serves is unique, so the solution to their water shortage is unique as well, from harvesting rainwater, to installing clean pipes from a local water source. For more information about Charity water and its mission, visit their website.

Why Water?

This year, us Children for Children committee members chose Charity Water, because water is a resource that is essential to a healthy, happy life. Almost 1 in 10 people worldwide do not have access to clean water, which can have a huge effect on one's health and education. According to Charity Water, "diseases from dirty water kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war", meaning that clean water sources are desperately needed to prevent death and disease in developing countries.

Child With Water Jug

Along with the sickness and fatality that unsafe water can cause, not having a close water source can affect communities in education and wellbeing. In developing countries, the walk to a clean water source can sometimes take hours. According to Charity Water, people spend 40 billion hours a year collecting water in Africa alone. The task of getting water normally falls to women and children in the family, and defeats the possibility of education for them. Access to a nearby, clean water source can free up more time for families, making food, sanitatoin, and education more attainable.

Donate To Our Cause

Donate Now
Site Built by Oliver and Silas Loosli