Hands of Hope has partnered with renowned Barrington pianist Nancie Kozel Tobison to provide virtual, biweekly piano lessons to generous benefactors who donate $100 or more to Hands of Hope. Your donation will help at-risk women and children in Africa while also providing you or someone you love ten lessons with the Grammy-nominated Tobison via Zoom.
Classes begin June 1 – don’t miss out!
- 9 AM Central Time Monday and Wednesday (childen).
- 9 AM Central Time Tuesday and Thursday (12 and up).
About Nancie Kozal Tobison:
Tobison holds BA and MM degrees in piano performance and choral education from the University of Michigan and held a teaching fellowship at Northwestern University while doing her postgraduate work. Tobison is a Grammy finalist (Music Educator of the Year, 2014) and has over five decades of experience teaching piano to all levels of expertise.
About Hands of Hope:
A Barrington grassroots charitable organization, Hands of Hope has been working to combat poverty in rural areas of Zambia for over ten years through delivering sustainable projects that address economic development, education, clean water, and healthcare. With very little food security and fragile, low-capacity health systems, poor villages in Zambia are particularly susceptible to the consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Your greatly appreciated donation will help us to continue the important work of assisting the most at-risk people with food, supplies, clean water, soap, and medical assistance.