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#Child4Child: We Are One (Chorus by Olivia Swinton, Australia)

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You too can join the chorus in a brand new song that will be released globally on International Childhood Cancer Day, February 15, 2016. The song “We Are One” is written by Christophe Beck who composed the film music for Disney’s Frozen.

Visit child4child.com and record your voice now. All you need is your webcam. Let’s make a change – Child 4 Child.

Join Olivia Swinton, from The Voice Kids Australia, in raising your voice against childhood cancer:

We need your help to make this happen!

If you are interested in adding your child’s voice to this amazing chorus, here’s what to do:

  • Go to child4child.com
  • Learn the very simple, moving chorus by listening to the samples recorded by some incredible child singers
  • When your child is ready, click the yellow “Record the Chorus” button on child4child.com to record your child’s version of the chorus

record the chorus button

  • Pass the word along and help make this hit go viral!
  • Record your child singing along with BFFs!
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have the entire class record their voices!
  • Get your church choir to raise their voices together on the chorus!
  • Organize a team building event for your child’s sports team and record them all singing together! The possibilities are truly endless!

More about Olivia Swinton

For someone so young, Olivia is certainly well traveled. She was born in the USA and then lived in the UK before moving to Australia three years go. Her best friend in England was a girl called Millie, who had leukemia. Olivia would raise money for her friend in hospital, helping her buy art supplies for all the kids in the ward. Sadly, Millie passed away a few months ago but Olivia continues to raise money for the foundation that Millie’s family set up in her honor.

Olivia debuted her singing career on The Voice Kids and is currently playing Young Cosset in Les Miserable.

You too can join the chorus in a brand new song that will be released globally on International Childhood Cancer Day, February 15, 2016. The song “We Are One” is written by Christophe Beck who composed the film music for Disney’s Frozen.

Visit child4child.com and record your voice now. All you need is your webcam. Let’s make a change – Child 4 Child.

Join Asanda Jezile, from the show Britain’s Got Talent, in raising your voice against childhood cancer:

We need your help to make this happen!

If you are interested in adding your child’s voice to this amazing chorus, here’s what to do:

  • Go to child4child.com
  • Learn the very simple, moving chorus by listening to the samples recorded by some incredible child singers
  • When your child is ready, click the yellow “Record the Chorus” button on child4child.com to record your child’s version of the chorus

record the chorus button

  • Pass the word along and help make this hit go viral!
  • Record your child singing along with BFFs!
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have the entire class record their voices!
  • Get your church choir to raise their voices together on the chorus!
  • Organize a team building event for your child’s sports team and record them all singing together! The possibilities are truly endless!

More about Asanda Jezile

Asanda Jezile (born 2001) is a singer from London. Her parents moved to the UK from Eastern Cape South Africa over 10 years ago.

She performed Beyoncé Knowles’ “Halo” in the semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent, once again winning over both the audience and the judges. Simon Cowell told her that she has the “wow factor”, while Alesha Dixon told her she was ‘unbelievable’. She finished in last place with 1.2% of the vote. It is said that she has secured a record deal with the help of Cowell, according to a tweet from an account claiming to be Asanda’s.

She has reportedly caught the eye of Disney bosses. It was also reported that she had auditioned a lead role in an upcoming Disney movie.

You too can join the chorus in a brand new song that will be released globally on International Childhood Cancer Day, February 15, 2016. The song “We Are One” is written by Christophe Beck who composed the film music for Disney’s Frozen.

Visit child4child.com and record your voice now. All you need is your webcam. Let’s make a change.

Join Alexa Curtis, winner of The Voice Kids Australia, in raising your voice against childhood cancer:

We need your help to make this happen!

If you are interested in adding your child’s voice to this amazing chorus, here’s what to do:

  • Go to child4child.com
  • Learn the very simple, moving chorus by listening to the samples recorded by some incredible child singers
  • When your child is ready, click the yellow “Record the Chorus” button on child4child.com to record your child’s version of the chorus

record the chorus button

  • Pass the word along and help make this hit go viral!
  • Record your child singing along with BFFs!
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have the entire class record their voices!
  • Get your church choir to raise their voices together on the chorus!
  • Organize a team building event for your child’s sports team and record them all singing together! The possibilities are truly endless!

More about Alexa Curtis

Alexa Curtis was born on January 4, 2004. Curtis also has an older brother named Aidan. Two years before she was born, her family originally lived in Titirangi, New Zealand, before relocating in Australia in 2002. She won The Voice Kids Australia 2014 competition and signed with Universal. She recently appeared in a production of Oliver! alongside her brother, Aidan. She appeared twice in the 2014 Schools Spectacular, first performing with her Voice Kids co-stars, then duetting with The Voice winner Anja Nissen.

You too can join the chorus in a brand new song that will be released globally on International Childhood Cancer Day, February 15, 2016. The song “We Are One” is written by Christophe Beck who composed the film music for Disney’s Frozen.

Visit child4child.com and record your voice now. All you need is your webcam. Let’s make a change.

Join Livvy Stubenrauch, who plays Young Anna in Disney’s Frozen, in raising your voice against childhood cancer:

If you are interested in adding your child’s voice to this amazing chorus, here’s what to do:
  • Go to child4child.com
  • Learn the very simple, moving chorus by listening to the samples recorded by some incredible child singers
  • When your child is ready, click the yellow “Record the Chorus” button on child4child.com to record your child’s version of the chorus

record the chorus button

  • Pass the word along and help make this hit go viral!
  • Record your child singing along with BFFs!
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have the entire class record their voices!
  • Get your church choir to raise their voices together on the chorus!
  • Organize a team building event for your child’s sports team and record them all singing together! The possibilities are truly endless!

More about Livvy Stubenrauch

Olivia “Livvy” Stubenrauch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is best known for her adorable and mischievous Voiceover role of “Young Anna” in Disney’s award winning animated film “Frozen” (2013). Livvy began modeling for print ads at the ripe old age of 5. She caught the acting bug when she turned 6 and landed the role of “Molly” in the play Annie at her teenage siblings’ high school Creative Arts Theater. She has loved being on stage and behind the camera ever since.

Livvy continues to live in Cincinnati but travels to Los Angeles frequently throughout the year to actively pursue roles in film and television. She had a very successful first pilot season landing the role of “Jenna” in the viral video “Get the Guy: Kids Talk Dating Problems” (2013), “Little Girl” in “The Labyrinth” (2014), as well as the Voiceover role for “Young Anna” in Disney’s “Frozen”. She has also been cast in multiple student films in her hometown of Cincinnati as well as in Chicago and Los Angeles.

We Are One” #Child4Child

A simple phrase that carries a powerful message.  A message to children around the world bravely fighting childhood cancer that they are not alone, that the world stands united with them to finally make childhood cancer an international healthcare priority!

It takes a special person to come up with such a powerful, yet simple message and make it accessible to everyone around the world.  Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), and CCI’s other member organizations around the world feel so privileged that Mr. Christophe Beck, along with his daughter Sophie, have agreed to lend us their considerable musical talents to make “We Are One” a smashing success.

Composer Christophe Beck

Untitled-2Mr. Beck composed “We Are One” specifically for this international campaign to raise awareness about the threat childhood cancer poses to today’s children and families, while Sophie has already recorded her beautiful voice singing the chorus to show us how it’s done.  Moreover, Mr. Beck has agreed to compile all the many global voices singing the chorus, together with the voices of 14 childhood musical talents singing the verses, to create a spectacular recording for release on February 15th, International Childhood Cancer Day.  At the ACCO, we would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to Mr. Beck and his family for all his hard work making childhood cancer history!

Mr. Beck is an internationally-acclaimed composer best known for creating the soundtrack to Disney’s smash hit Frozen, but he has also composed soundtracks for other Hollywood blockbusters such as Percy Jackson and the Olympians: the Lightening Thief, the 2011 release of The Muppets, The Hangover movies, Ant Man, Edge of Tomorrow, and Crazy, Stupid, Love.  He has also scored numerous popular TV series, including the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, receiving the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for his score to the episode “Becoming, Part 1.”  A Canadian by birth, Mr. Beck and his family now reside in LA.  For more information on Mr. Beck and his many musical accomplishments, please visit his website at: http://christophebeck.com/.

Join the Chorus!

globe-logo-instagramDo you have a child who just can’t stop singing “Let It Go”?  Does your child dream of winning America’s Got Talent?  Here is your child’s chance to be a part of a world-famous Christophe Beck recording!  That’s right: your child can add his or her voice to the chorus of “We Are One” simply by recording themselves singing along to the chorus.  Whether you have a budding child star or are just looking for family fun for a good cause, we hope you will join us, add your voice to the growing chorus, and help us make childhood cancer history.

Child4Child is live now, so all you need to do is go to www.child4child.com and use the yellow button to record your child singing along to the chorus.  It’s that easy.  Recordings received by February 8 will be compiled together by Mr. Beck into a beautiful, amazing single—“We Are One”—for release on February 15th, International Childhood Cancer Day.

Childhood cancer is a devastating disease that strikes more than 250,000 children every year.  That’s more than 700 children who receive a cancer diagnosis every day!  Yet research into more effective and less toxic treatments geared specifically for the small bodies of cancer’s youngest victims continues to lag behind research into adult cancers and communicable diseases.  The goal of the Child4Child campaign is to remind the world that children around the world facing this disease and their families need our help now.  Adding your voice to the chorus is a great first step, but we hope you will do more and help us spread the word about this important awareness campaign.

  • Share on social media using the hash tag #Child4Child.
  • Forward this important information to friends and family and encourage them to participate.
  • Get your school, local children’s hospital or treatment center, and indeed any organizations or foundations for children involved.

Please, we need you to reach out to anyone you know who can help and encourage them to add their voices too!

We Are One”:  The words are simple:

We are young

We are strong

And we will sing this song together

So sing along.

 

And as one

We will rise

We won’t give up the fight

Until the night, yields to the sun.

We are one.

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But the message is powerful.  Join us today and add your voice to the growing chorus of voices reminding the world that now is the time to make childhood cancer history!

To participate in Child4Child, or to learn more about this special international event, visit www.child4child.com.

To learn more about the ACCO and our mission, visit www.acco.org.

To learn more about CCI and its role in the international fight against childhood cancer, visit www.childhoodcancerinternational.org.

Child4Child Starts Today:
Add Your Voice to the Chorus

Today, January 11, the ACCO joins with Childhood Cancer International (CCI) to launch a fun, exciting, amazing new initiative that we believe will change the face…
or should we say, the voice…of childhood cancer forever!

That’s right: today, January 11, we are pleased to announce the commencement of Child4Child, a worldwide childhood cancer event that will bring the children of the world together in song in support of the hundreds of thousands of children around the world who are bravely battling this terrible disease.  And the best part: you and your family can be a part of it!

The goal of Child4Child is to create an amazing recording of a new song—“We Are One”—that uses the voices of children from around the world to produce a beautiful chorus of voices, to show children and families struggling with childhood cancer that the world stands with them, that they are not alone.  By raising their voices together in song, children will remind policymakers, scientists, industry, and indeed the world that the time has finally come to make childhood cancer an international child health priority.

“We Are One” is a very special song composed specifically for this spectacular event by Christophe Beck, best known as the composer of Disney’s Frozen soundtrack. The verses of the song have already been recorded by very special musical talents such as Livvy Stubenrauch, the voice of Anna in Disney’s Frozen, and other incredible voices from America’s Got Talent, The Voice Kids Australia, and Britain’s Got Talent.  On February 15, International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD), the full version of the song will be released by Christophe Beck with these children singing the verses and the voices of children around the world singing the chorus together. It promises to be the greatest super-song ever in the history of childhood cancer!

We need your help to make this happen!

If you are interested in adding your child’s voice to this amazing chorus, here’s what to do:

  • Go to child4child.com
  • Learn the very simple, moving chorus by listening to the samples recorded by some incredible child singers;
  • When your child is ready, click the yellow “Record the Chorus” button to record your child’s version of the chorus;

record the chorus button

  • Pass the word along and help make this hit go viral!
  • Record your child singing along with BFFs!
  • Ask your child’s teacher to have the entire class record their voices!
  • Get your church choir to raise their voices together on the chorus!
  • Organize a team building event for your child’s sports team and record them all singing together! The possibilities are truly endless!

This important Child4Child initiative is the first international awareness campaign that aims to bring together childhood cancer advocacy groups, parents’ groups, and survivors’ groups from around the world together, working literally “in harmony” with each other to remind the world of the terrible toll this deadly disease takes on the world’s children. Despite amazing advances in treatments and survival rates for many adult cancers, treatment for childhood cancers lags far behind, continuing to rely on outdated medications that were not designed for the small, still developing bodies of children. More than 250,000 children are diagnosed every year with a form of childhood cancer, and unfortunately, more than 90,000 of these children won’t survive. The childhood cancer statistics are especially grim in the less developed world, where far too many children lack access to much-needed cancer treatments or even, in too many cases, basic medical care.

Child4Child is the initiative of Garbergs Advertising Agency, the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation, and Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world with members composed of more than 180 grassroots and national parent organizations from more than 90 different countries. The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is the only US-based CCI member, meeting CCI’s high standards for membership: the majority of ACCO’s Board of Directors continue to be parents whose children have faced childhood cancer or who are childhood cancer survivors themselves.

Together, CCI and ACCO seek to represent the needs of children and adolescents with cancer, childhood cancer survivors, and their families. Working in partnership with international development organizations, policy makers, civil society organizations, health, research and medical professionals, CCI and the ACCO both strive to advocate for recognizing children’s rights and prioritizing childhood cancer as an integral part of the local, national, and global child health and development agenda. Child4Child is just one element of our on-going campaign to make the voices calling for an end to childhood cancer louder than ever before. We appreciate your help, support, and participation in this incredible international event!