Based out of Washington, DC, IMPACT Collective partnered with Meant 2 Live Foundation to launch Splendor, a ministry serving at-risk youth, orphans, and teens facing addictions. Using the universal power of music to restore hope, Splendor provides a VIP experience to these underprivileged communities who are in the greatest need of encouragement.

The uplifting experience begins with private transportation, such as a limo bus, bringing them to a concert to watch one of their favorite artists. We then provide them with a catered meal, band t-shirts, tickets to the show, and a private meet and greet with the artists backstage. They are treated like royalty and are given the utmost respect.

As part of Splendor, IMPACT and M2L have also created a music program for one of our orphan schools in Lusaka, Zambia. We brought professional musicians and instruments from America to build a music room for the kids and their new music teacher. Our mission is to provide children with a creative outlet through music therapy. We believe that music is a change agent and can make a tremendous impact on disadvantaged youth.

Check out the highlights: Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Toby Mac, Matt MaherNatalie Grant, Newsboys, & Danny Gokey!

100% of donations made to Splendor will benefit disadvantaged youth which we serve directly.

Splendor Highlight

One year ago, IMPACT Collective and Meant 2 Live Foundation launched a brand new ministry called Splendor to serve homeless families, at risk youth, prisoners, and those facing addictions. This is a revival mission utilizing the universal power of music to provide a VIP experience to these disadvantaged communities. We impact lives by presenting the Gospel through worship concerts that bring inspirational and hopeful messages to those who are in the greatest need of encouragement. Check out the IMPACT we have made!