It's cool to care
To combine singing, dancing and a meaningful message into a comprehensive educational experience specifically designed to teach, nurture and model positive character traits through the arts.
To encourage self-discipline, caring and creativity among participants.
To provide educators with resources to assist them in the development of character education lessons leading to safe, inclusive, caring classrooms and schools.
With songs like I’m Somebody-You’re somebody, We Care and the Golden Rule written by Errol Lee, Caring Concerts supports Character and Education, Bullying Prevention, Black History Month, Parent Engagement and Staff Development
With songs like We Care, I’m Somebody-You’re somebody, and the Golden Rule written by Errol Lee, Caring Concerts supports Character and Education, Bullying Prevention, Black History Month, Parent Engagement and Staff Development
Errol Lee is a multi-award winning singer-songwriter and
His unique performance style seamlessly weaves singing and dancing into a comprehensive educational experience specifically designed to present a meaningful message about the importance of showing good character. Errol is also the founder of Caring Concerts Not For Profit. Caring Concerts are multi-sensory presentations that use music, movement, media and visual communication strategies to provide audiences with opportunities to sing along to the songs, dance to the music and be inspired to care about others and the environment. Errol’s ability to captivate and motivate audiences of all ages transcends the cool barrier and effectively communicates his belief that each person is uniquely and inherently valuable. Errol is a devoted husband and loving father of two gifted girls and three talented boys.
York Region Character through the Arts Award
O.P.P Special Recognition Award For Work With At-risk Y
BBPA Harry Jerome Excellence in the Art Award
Featured in Literacy in Action and BBPA Book of Excellence
COMMUNITY OUTREACH THROUGH SONG
“We Care” was used to promote the City of Vaughan’s Peace Tree Festival during which children and their families celebrate peace and diversity. It was also used for a televised PSA for Project CODE so children everywhere can reach their full potential
“Better Place”, “The Golden Rule” and “Reaching Out to You” were scored by Sistema Toronto and performed during a fundraising event. This aided in their mission to provide free ensemble-based music lessons to students and expand their program into the Toronto District School Board’s Yorkwoods P.S.