Forest Voices Tour Fund

Global Music Exchange

£15.00 + £3.75 Gift Aid = £18.75
Michael
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid = £12.50
Sara
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid = £12.50
Colin Shapter
£200.00 + £50.00 Gift Aid = £250.00
Baz Ryan
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid = £62.50
Jessica
"Thank you for the great gig last night "
£15.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid = £15.00
Simon
"Djoko"
$25.00 = £18.88
Jimmy Groton
"Thank you!"
$25.00 = £18.88
Jimmy Groton
"Thank you!"
RAISED SO FAR
£6,927*
*Total estimated excluding gift aid,
minus payment provider fees & with
all donations converted into GBP (£).
DONATIONS
31
TARGET
£19,500
see donations list
Michael donated £15.00 with £3.75 gift aid on 15/11/2018 at 11:30. £15.00
From Michael
Michael
Amount
£15.00
Date/Time
15/11/2018 11:30:12
Gift Aid
£3.75
Type
One Off
Sara donated £10.00 with £2.50 gift aid on 12/11/2018 at 22:56. £10.00
From Sara
Sara
Amount
£10.00
Date/Time
12/11/2018 22:56:52
Gift Aid
£2.50
Type
One Off
Colin Shapter donated £10.00 with £2.50 gift aid on 03/11/2018 at 15:04. £10.00
From Colin Shapter
Colin Shapter
Amount
£10.00
Date/Time
03/11/2018 15:04:37
Gift Aid
£2.50
Type
One Off
Baz Ryan donated £200.00 with £50.00 gift aid on 30/10/2018 at 13:45. £200.00
From Baz Ryan
Baz Ryan
Amount
£200.00
Date/Time
30/10/2018 13:45:17
Gift Aid
£50.00
Type
One Off
"Thank you for the great gig last night"
Jessica donated £50.00 with £12.50 gift aid on 29/10/2018 at 13:34.
£50.00
From Jessica
Jessica
"Thank you for the great gig last night"
Amount
£50.00
Date/Time
29/10/2018 13:34:47
Gift Aid
£12.50
Type
One Off
"Djoko"
Simon donated £15.00 on 24/10/2018 at 19:22.
£15.00
From Simon
Simon
"Djoko"
Amount
£15.00
Date/Time
24/10/2018 19:22:03
Gift Aid
£0.00
Type
One Off
"Thank you!"
Jimmy Groton donated $25.00 with $4.72 gift aid on 24/09/2018 at 17:43.
$25.00
From Jimmy Groton
Jimmy Groton
"Thank you!"
Amount
$25.00
Date/Time
24/09/2018 17:43:35
Gift Aid
$4.72
Type
One Off
Charity Registration No: 1057668

Global Music Exchange (GME) was founded after a visit to the Baka Pygmies in Cameroon. After seeing a television program about them, Su Hart and Martin Cradick fell in love with their music and went to visit them in their rainforest home. Back in 1992 their life seemed idyllic in the forest, but they have been shocked at the racism and abuse they suffer when by the roadside. As they are pushed out of the forest more and more, they are forced to spend more time in the roadside villages.

GME (named "One Heart" by the Baka women) encourages self-worth and respect for the Baka, and other indigenous people, through their music, dance and crafts.

We record and promote traditional music and use royalties for development projects decided by the communities themselves.

We aim to help them adapt to the modern world whilst also maintaining their rights to live a traditional lifestyle on their ancestral lands.

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