Give a Child a Teacher
is a special Fundraising Campaign organised by the European Suzuki Association (ESA) each year to raise funds to give more children the opportunity of a SUZUKI™ education in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
For the second year running, Guillem Calvo, SUZUKI™ Violin Teacher, together with a team of ESA SUZUKI™ Teachers have organised another 100 days Practice Challenge to raise funds through sponsorship.
Get involved. Give something back.
The ESA are asking all teachers throughout the region to organise 100 days of sponsored practice with their students by asking them to -
- Commit to practice daily for 100 days, starting this January and finishing by 1 May 2022.
Here are some Practice Charts to choose from – Squares, Rainbow, Stars, Violin, Pastel, Frog
Teachers and students are also welcome to make their own charts.
Have fun practising and watch the Videos for some practice tips!
Get sponsorship from parents, family and friends for each day of practice or a total sum for the 100 days.
Download a Sponsor Form
- Send a photo or a video of a practice (no longer than 1 min) to the ESA Office by 31 March 2022.
At the end of the challenge a celebratory compilation of all videos and photos sent in will be posted on the ESA website.
Monies can be paid to the ESA either by -
- Bank transfer
Payments by 31 May 2022 latest please. Download a Donation Form
The total amount raised will be announced on the ESA website during June 2022 and will be donated to the SUZUKI™ Teaching Trust (STT) which is a charity concerned with making SUZUKI™ Teaching in music available to children in Europe, Middle East and Africa. The STT do this by giving financial support to SUZUKI™ Teacher Training projects in countries where there is a need.
The STT have helped to give SUZUKI™ Teachers to children in -
Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine and Zimbabwe.
Read the 100 days Practice Challenge story here
'Talent Education, for the happiness of all children' Dr Shinichi Suzuki