120W Donated Instruments to Masidlale Music Project
How did the idea of the association?It is the desire to combine two passions, beauty of the desert and cycling, which germinated the idea of the association.The beauty of the Dead Sea, the Negev desert, mythical places such as Masada, the idea of cycling from the lowest point of the earth (-396 meters) to climb 1000 meters through curves extraordinary … But how to combine this project with a goal worthy of the site?
Then what appeared, in 2005, the idea of helping disadvantaged children through sponsorship of kilometers traveled and climbed. Since 2006, we collect all kinds of gifts.
“Children and education is the future of the world.”
We want to make a contribution, however small the construction of the world to come. To do so, our work is only focused on the assembly and participation in educational projects for disadvantaged children.
A highlight: financial ethics
Every effort will be made to ensure that 100% of donations will be invested in projects that 100% of the money to projects will be put to good use.
The association should be able to say and show that the whole is given every penny spent as planned.
Why the name?120W is the namesake of a place of meetings, exchanges and a crucible for ideas. 120W is futuristic, the workplace and intense life, culture and beauty in the heart of the most beautiful city in the world.
The education of children is the future of the world!
The CPO would like to sincerely thank Joseph Machiah and his team for donating these instruments to our children in the Masidlale project. It has most certainly changed their lives!
These children have been performing regularly at concerts and functions throughout the Western Cape. They have also been involved in music at their schools and within their communities. The Cape Philharmonic Orchestra will be looking to “fast-track” the learners that show exceptional talent and commitment.