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GoodLuck to help raise funds for Bridges For Music campaign

Written by: Preneil Pillay

South African music group GoodLuck are riding the Cape Town Cycle Tour, in support of Bridges For Music. The campaign will support an initiative that aims to build a music school in the township of Langa.

They've called on fans and those who would like to get involved to make donations towards making the project a reality.

Here's the link to where people can make donations and find out more information.

You can find all the information below...

Watch the video below

Hey, GoodLuck family we are raising funds for Bridges For Music by riding the Cape Town Cycle Tour...

We are raising money to finish the music and entrepreneurship school being built in the township of Langa, which aims to bring an alternative education to young creatives in the area and surrounding communities, as well as becoming a cultural exchange point between local and international talent.

The school is almost finished and this funding will help with the interior fittings, gear and computers needed to be fully operational.

For more info on the project & organisation visit Bridges For Music.

Music can change many lives and this cause is extremely close to our hearts thanks in advance for your support of this initiative...

We promise to try our best to finish the race in the name of music!

GoodLuck

This is such a great initiative and another powerful project by the Bridges For Music team.

Be sure to check it out and show your support, even if it's sharing this project with others that would be interested in getting involved.

Follow Bridges For Music on their various social media platforms: Facebook Twitter Instagram

Follow GoodLuck on their various social media platforms: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube


This article first appeared on 947 : GoodLuck to help raise funds for Bridges For Music campaign




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