Princeton-based student choral groups are featured on volumes
1 and 2 of A Princeton Christmas: For the Children of Africa
as a way to lift spirits around the world and raise funds to benefit
some of the world's neediest children via the World Food Program (WFP),
the United Nations' frontline agency for hunger solutions. All proceeds
will fund school meals programs in sub-Saharan Africa.
The collection of choral works was produced in conjunction with the
Friends of the World Food Program,
the U.S.-based organization that supports the work of the WFP.
All proceeds from the purchase of downloads or CDs will go directly
to the children of Africa through the WFP. The purchase of one download
will feed a child for two days while buying either of the almost hour-long
albums will feed a child for more than one month. The music is available
online as downloads at iTunes,
Amazon MP3, eMusic, and other online stores and as a CD from Amazon,
the Princeton University Store, the Princeton Theological Seminary Bookstore,
and select Barnes & Noble stores.
A Holiday Tradition Continues
two compilations include selections donated by The American Boychoir,
The Princeton Girlchoir, The Princeton Day School Madrigal Singers,
The Princeton High School Choir, The Princeton High School Cloud Nine,
The Princeton Seminary Chapel Choir, The Princeton University Chapel
Choir, The Princeton University Tigerlillies, The Princeton University
Tigertones, The Tartantones of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred
Heart, The Westminster Concert Bell Choir, and Westminster Choir of
the Westminster Choir College of Rider University. In our second year,
A Princeton Christmas is becoming a holiday tradition.
buy the 2008 CD
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The CD is also available at the Princeton University Store.
more about the School Feeding programs, see www.wfp.org/food_aid/school_feeding.
To help, buy this music or donate directly to www.friendsofwfp.org.
Executive Producer, on behalf of A Princeton Christmas
producer and editing/mastering engineer
Evelyn Good, art direction, logo, CD design and graphics
Martin Olech, web design
Jessica Lennon, writer