Music For Healing Worldwide
Listen for Life musicians and volunteers are carrying out independent music projects in collaboration with a network of hospitals in Houston and some in California.
Listen for Life has co-sponsored a mobile music-therapy unit in Bosnia that traveled between all of the refugee camps and villages, working one on one with residents and also in groups, using their native/ethnic songs and music to help heal the war victims and their traumatized families across the generations.
LFL founder Donna Stoering is frequently asked to speak about music and healing, music and wellness, music and health, etc on radio and television talk shows, international conferences, and university lecture series. To prepare for those talks, LFL teams have helped research and collect latest data while collaborating with partners to actually carry out these activities.
LFL musician volunteers are encouraged, aided and instructed on providing "music for healing" casual performances in their community nursing/care homes, working with Alzheimer's patients, children, and others in need of healing.
Any interested volunteer or musician (in any country and location) that would like to be assisted in commencing one of these activities or projects under LFL's guidance, simply contact Erin Nolan, founder of the LFL Notes for Nourishment project: [email protected]
Hawaiian TV newscast featuring the NFN Benefit Concert hosted by Listen for Life for Sounding Joy Music Therapy projects across the Pacific Rim.
A "thank you" slide-show created by the young beneficiaries of the NFN benefit concert in Hawaii for Sounding Joy Music Therapy.
LFL - a sound investment
None of our projects can take place or impact/unite the diverse global community through music, without the participation and support of individual and corporate donors, sponsors, marketing/advertising partners, grants, development partners, and affiliates. On the final page of this LFL site, we list several current projects and programs that we have the opportunity to fulfill when – and only when – we gather the necessary resources. We invite all music listeners to join us in “changing the channel” - to empower the music and musicians of the future to be an even greater source of unity, peace, nourishment, inspiration and cross-cultural communication.