Kids Lift Voices, Sing to Show Support for Childhood Cancer Fighters [WATCH]
Every year, more than 250,000 children and teens under the age of 20, are diagnosed with cancer. 90,000 do not survive.
In January, Childhood Cancer International teamed up with Disney’s Frozen composer Christophe Beck to raise awareness about childhood cancer.
Childhood Cancer International was founded 1994 and is an umbrella organization currently representing 180 parent organizations in 90 countries. They asked Kids from around the world to raise their voices against childhood cancer by singing along to the chorus of the song We Are One, a song specially written by Beck and his 12-year-old daughter Sophie.
More than 900,000 children and teens not only recorded themselves singing the chorus; they have created dances, lip-syncing videos, and even covers. The video was directed and edited by director Johan Söderberg, known for his work on David Bowie’s last music video, as well as videos for Beyoncé and Madonna.
If your child or teen would like to participate, Childhood Cancer International invites them to download the instrumental version and lyrics to We Are One here and upload their video to YouTube, Facebook or Instagram.