A children's hospital in New Hampshire made a music video set to Katy Perry's Roar, and it's becoming an internet sensation. Is it beautiful to see the children feeling empowered and singing her inspirational song. Not only do the kids get to be in their own music video, now they are being seen by people across the globe.
Not only did the children get involved, a lot of hospital staff and administrators appear in the video as well, lending their support.
The video's original intention was part of ChaD's (Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock) annual half marathon, which raised over $650,000 this year.
The video has generated far more buzz that just raising money. It's been inspiring people since it's release, and is being shared at a rapid rate across social media platforms.
And they aren't the only ones. The video connected to this article is just one other example of students finding inspiration in this song and making it their own. Check it out above.
For more information about this hospital, click here: http://chad.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/
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