Current Projects

Development and Outreach

Virtual Youth Choir!

Calling all youth between the ages of 13-19, THIS IS YOUR TIME!

Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic, we want to come together to spread positivity with you, at the forefront.

We need YOUR help! 

We'd like you to join our virtual choir so we can come together to demonstrate the resilience of young people GTA!

Sex Trafficking Project

We will be embarking on a mission to raise awareness and support for human trafficking practices situated in the Greater Toronto Area. 

Over the course of next year (Fall 2019-2020) we will be raising funds and conducting research on ways to resist against sex trafficking practices that happen locally.

We hope that this endeavor will enlighten both NGGC and our networks on the ways we can recognize and offer support to those subjected to these practices.

Past Projects

Development and Outreach

Gospel Music Education

In February 2018 we held a concert which gave patrons the opportunity to learn about gospel music, its roots and connections to other styles of music. 

Combining Jazz, Classical, Traditional, and Contemporary styles, patrons took part in an immersive experience while also learning the different kinds of ways Gospel Music influences other genres of music.

Mental Health Fundraiser

In August 2018, we organized a fundraising concert dedicated to raising awareness for mental health issues, and raising funds to support initiatives that help those who struggle with heir mental health.

In addition to raising over $7000.00 to support our own membership, we were also able to donate $1500.00 to Stella’s Place, a mental health organization dedicated to supporting youth that struggle with mental health in the GTA. In this project members gained expertise in fundraising policy, NPO research, and mental health initiatives currently in Toronto. 

Studio Project

In January 2019 we gave our members the opportunity to develop their sight reading and performance skills by attempting a difficult musical project.

This project took an accapella piece arranged by Tom Anderson, where intricate harmonies were learned and then recorded giving members an authentic studio experience. 

A resulting music video was created as a final product speaking to the dedication, investment, and musical development of our members.