Canadian Singer/Songwriter Lends Her Hope to Worldview Coalition

Monica Joy uses her words and music to speak out against child poverty.

Kitchener, Ont., Canada, August 03, 2007 --( Canadian singer/songwriter Monica Joy from Zurich, Ontario, is one of sixteen international artists whose music videos are featured on the new Worldview website Other Canadian musicians include Joel Kroeker, best known for his hit song Goodbye Jane, guitarist Maneli Jamal and children's performers Bobs and Lolo.

Monica Joy's contribution, Lend Me Your Hope, encourages us to offer our time and compassion to those around us in need. In Joy's own words “I invite you to view it and share it with people who are in a difficult season of life, or are walking alongside someone who is.”

In addition to sharing her music, Joy also shares her thoughts about child poverty and asks "What's stopping you from sponsoring a child?"

Worldview is a volunteer movement based in Canada that teaches about child sponsorship and encourages radical generosity. It is not a charity and it doesn't accept donations.

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