LocalTeen girl aims to help charity through inspiring song
Singer-songwriter releases first original song in hopes to gain awareness and funds
for chosen charity to help children
OrangeCounty, CA ─ Josette Noelle releases her first original song,“One Human Race,” accompanied by an emotional video to help tell a story about struggle, love and hope. Josette wrote the song in the summer of 2020 when she was experiencing a lot of emotions from everything going on in the world. She was extremely uncomfortable watching and hearing the way people were treating one another and wrote her thoughts on paper that would eventually become this beautiful, inspiring song.
Through her song,Josette would like to create awareness and raise funds for Court AppointedSpecial Advocates (CASA) to help children. We invite you to go to www.josettenoelle.com to see her music video, learn more about her project and make a secure tax-deductible donation of any amount to this life-changing charity by June 1, 2021. You will then receive a link to download “One Human Race.” She is giving 100% of proceeds to CASA.
There are many ways for people to connect with the song, whether you’ve experienced racism, a hate crime, the loss of a loved one, feeling alone, or just having a hard time in life. “The song is intended to uplift people and help inspire them to take action. There are many obstacles we face in our lives, but in the end, we need to show love and care for everyone around us - like one human race should,” said Josette.
Josette is a 15-year-old high school freshman residing inSouthern California, originally from Seattle, WA. She has enjoyed singing and writing songs since a very young age. When she moved to Orange County, she was involved with Center Stage Studio (CSS), Mission Viejo, CA in their musical theatre program. She is currently in the choir program at her school and takes music lessons at Music Vault Academy, Mission Viejo, CA. Josette plays volleyball, enjoys skiing and is dedicated to helping others. She is a member of the National Charity League (NCL) and is a two-time Presidential Award recipient for hours served to help charities in the local area. She is also a member of the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Teens Club at her school.
“One HumanRace” is also available on various music platforms, including Apple Music andSpotify.
Go to www.josettenoelle.com to help change a child’s story.