Support us

We need your help to bring music to India’s children. Here’s how you can help:

Donate

Your contribution helps us purchase instruments, books and pays for our teacher’s salaries. In India, donations are tax-exempt, which means you can get back a percentage of your donation. Whether you are an individual, trust or corporate foundation, you can donate to our annual fund that keeps our work going, or support individual children or orchestra members. To find out how to donate, please click here.

Please contact us before you undertaking any fundraising activity for Child’s Play.  

Volunteer

We need trained musicians to help with teaching the kids at Child’s Play. While we have some teachers, we need more musicians to help with practice lessons and supervising group classes. We have had volunteers from the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Spain and Sri Lanka, so far. If you play an instrument and can either help with lessons or teach (if you are an advanced player), please get in touch. We need you!

Jobs

We welcome enquiries from experienced musicians who would like to live and work full-time in our projects in Goa. We currently teach violin, viola, cello, flute/recorder, clarinet choir and piano. We need experienced teachers for all of these instruments, especially cello. Teachers of other instruments are also welcome. Please email us with your CV and links to any performances to info@childsplayindia.org

Offer your skills

Are you skilled in graphic design? Or perhaps you are a master web-designer? We need help in these areas, so please get in touch!

Email info [at] childsplayindia [dot] org if you would like to help.

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2 thoughts on “Support us

  1. Dear Child’s Play, I would be very interested at some point to come and work with your children. I am Head of String Teaching for the county of Lincolnshire in England and have 17 years experience teaching all levels of children from beginners up to aspiring professionals. I also played for 2 years professionally and continue to give recitals and chamber concerts. My wife is half Indian (she grew up in Bangalore and Chennai) and we have visited several times. I have been thinking for a while to come on a concert tour of India, and as part of that to work with some young musicians. I am very interested to hear about your project and would love to hear more. I also am a trained Colourstrings Kindergarten teacher. I would thoroughly recommend Colourstrings as an excellent training for very young musicians (under 5s) Let’s talk some more! Chris Rogers

  2. Is there a contact email to Dr Luis Das? We met at INK Conference, adn I don’t have his email address to contact him.

    Thank you.

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