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The Green Children
The Green Children

The Green Children is an up-and-coming musical group whose members use their fresh musical talents for worldwide charity! We love this idea at Kidzworld, so read on to find out more about this unique, good-doing band.


British singing and songwriting duo Marlow and Milla found instant fame with their first single called Hear Me Now. In just one month the song’s video had over 30,000 views on You Tube and 20,000 video shares its first day on Facebook!


The video was shot in a very poor place called Bangladesh; The Green Children decided to open an eye-care hospital to help 60,000 patients in the area as part of their commitment to changing the world one note at a time.


The Green Children have also teamed up with a Noble Prize winner named Mohammed Yunas, whose mission is to encourage loans for the less fortunate to start their own businesses and have a means of making money to support themselves and their families and strengthen their local economies.


The Green Children Foundation is another way in which the band helps out, by donating 50% of what they make selling their music on iTunes to a project in India called The Whole Project Foundation.

Great job Green Children! To learn more visit their websites – www.thegreenchildren.org and www.thegreenchildren.com.


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