By now, we all know Tomorrowland is more than just a music festival. It is a community of dreamers who seek to inspire and be inspired, and make the world a better place. The Tomorrowland Foundation was founded in 2016 with the aim of channeling this positive energy into support for various philanthropic projects.
For 2019-2020, the foundation chose to support Mobile School. This non-profit organization that works with street children to help unlock their talents and build positive self-esteem. Earlier today, Tomorrowland released a heartwarming 32-minute documentary featuring Felix De Laet (a.k.a. Lost Frequencies) to spread the organization’s admirable goals to its millions of followers.
The documentary follows Felix’s trip last month to one of the organization’s mobile schools located in Querétaro, Mexico. From his experience, the Belgian DJ shares that there is a lot of locked up talent within the children, and that we should be inspired by them.
“Instead of thinking they are a problem, you could think otherwise and think that they could be the solution!”Felix De Laet (a.k.a. Lost Frequencies)
What a day, waking up this morning in Querétaro ?? and walking down to the plaza to meet with the local kids and discover the @mobileschool project that helps kids all over the world ! Also big thanks to @tomorrowland for having me on this crazy experience ?? pic.twitter.com/k4fijOuYEU— Lost Frequencies (@LFrequencies) November 18, 2019
“Just like the opening of the music school in Nepal, this experience in Mexico left a deep impression on me. Each of the children I met gave me so much love and received me with open arms. They really inspired me! I am therefore very happy that I can help Mobile School to spread their message.”Felix De Laet (a.k.a. Lost Frequencies)
Operating 57 mobile schools in 30 countries around the world, Mobile School brings extendable blackboards on wheels and educational materials to children, developing themes such as creative therapy, hygiene, reading and writing, and social skills.
Want To Help?
If you also believe that children are the future and shape the world of tomorrow, consider making a 2-Pearl donation next time you’re at Tomorrowland. Proceeds directly go towards the Tomorrowland Foundation.
Check out the full, heartwarming documentary below!