Come and have a hearty breakfast of porridge with a range of delicious toppings in George
Square from 9am-2pm on Wednesday 13 March in support of Soweto Melodic Voices, an African youth
choir which fundraises for children who are abandoned, abused, disabled or HIV positive.
This event has been organised by the Festival of Spirituality & Peace and the University of
Edinburgh's Chaplaincy Centre.
The choir is made up of 40 young people, many of whom are orphaned or from severely
disadvantaged families. They are Africa’s national choir champions and have performed
internationally, in hospitals and orphanages, on live TV and at a number of sporting events.
They are coming to Edinburgh to appear at the Festival of Spirituality & Peace this August.
Donations are very welcome.
For more information contact Annika at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Festival of Spirituality and Peace
Our aim is to encourage community by exploring diversity. We don't all have to agree but it doesn't need to be a problem. FoSP provides a platform for people to explore their own spirituality by engaging with other people's, to promote peace.
FoSP is one of Edinburgh's most exciting and diverse Festivals. It features 300 activities in 200 events across 15 venues each year in August. With top-quality speakers, conversations, performances, film, food, exhibitions, family activities, workshops, art, culture and more the festival is now looking forward to its twelfth year.