The private foundation presents the 8th
Concert des Cœurs

On December 18th, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.

GOSPEL FOR LIFE
With Didier Likeng & Sandra Mbuyi in the Notre-Dame au Sablon Church in Brussels

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Help disadvantaged elder people

The entire profit of the Concert des Coeurs is donated by be.Source, Private foundation, to its partners to the "Senior in Need, Senior in Deed" project. This initiative intends to give assistance to disadvantaged elder citizens ("Senior in Need") and aims to encourage seniors to take part in voluntary initiatives designed to help the more vulnerable ("Senior in Deed").

 

For three years, Concert des Coeurs has enabled be.Source to give support to the projects of the non-profit organization "Association des Œuvres Paroissiales de Bruxelles-Centre" (Parish projects in Brussels City Centre).  Since 2012, it has contributed to the development of the private foundation's partnerships launched in the Brussels Region ("Senior-in-Action", "Visit-a-Senior", "Singing Seniors", "Well-being for Seniors" et "Seniors' Daytime ").

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The last Concert des Cœurs (Dec. 13th, 2015) was dedicated to Christmas Songs performed by "La Monnaie Chorus". A capella or accompanied on the piano by Alberto Moro or the organ by Benoît Mernier, the 40 choir members of la Monnaie - de Munt gave a highly exceptional Christmas performance under the direction of Martino Faggiani. 

In previous years, the Concert des Cœurs, a label of be.Source private foundation, organized several Christmas concerts in the Notre-Dame au Sablon Church in Brussels with prestigious musicians, choirs and soloists, such as...          More
                                            Photo Pierre Bollen           


          A new Source of Social Solidarity

 

Created in 2010, be.Source is a private foundation based in Brussels, Belgium, that focuses its current projects on housing, health and education, in order to provide better living conditions to underprivileged seniors.

To do so, be.Source is essentially involved in five areas of solidarity: improve mobility, develop leisure, reduce cognitive decline, stimulate intergenerational relationship and overcome loneliness.