SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – Some of Siouxland’s best talent will be performing Monday to help the people of Africa.
On November 11 Project Rehema will hold its annual Sing For Africa. The concert will be at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Heelan High School Fine Arts Building.
Mount Zion Celebration choir, Bishop Heelan High School Chorale, and several others will perform during the concert, with proceeds going to Project Rehema.
The non-for-profit organization ministers some of the 2.5 million orphans in Tanzania, East Africa by addressing their physical, educational, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Project Rehema creates small, modest homes that help care for a small group of orphaned children by providing a real, homelike seeing. Project Rehema currently has 15 different homes caring for orphans and children.
For more information on the concert and Project Rehema, call (712) 251-4759 or visit projectrehema.org.