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ANTI KNIFE CRIME

Hearts of Talent is changing the narrative for young people from London’s diverse communities by encouraging them to unlock their potential with a performing arts competition like no other – designed to guide young people away from knife crime and unlock their potential.
Hearts of Talent was founded by local mum and businesswoman Jasmine Dale and her daughter Amoy Dale to move young people away from extreme violence and gang culture by using the creative arts to nurture self-expression, boost confidence and establish a sense of hope for the future.  With strong partnerships with The FA (Football Association), Slenky and Project Zero and support from NHS North West and the Metropolitan Police #TOGETHER initiative. Hearts of Talent provides a platform for young people to create opportunities to develop talents and forge careers.

OUR MISSION

EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE TO MAKE POSITIVE CHANGES
AND GAIN CONFIDENCE TO FOLLOW A LIFE OF THEIR OWN DESIGN


TALENT SHOWCASE

We provide an appropriate, competitive platform to display our young peoples talents in the performing and visual arts, to help them be the best they can.

SUPPORT

The support doesn’t end when the competition does. We provide each participant with ongoing support and developmenthttps://www.heartsoftalent.org and after show care to ensure their journey continues.

GROWTH

To introduce rising artists and performers to industry professionals, supportive organisations and mentors to provide them with door opening opportunities.

 


YOUTH NETWORK

The primary goal of the project is to instill confidence, tenacity and self-belief within young people, and establish a pan London youth support network to help with career goals, emotional needs and personal
development.

Young people will be mentored throughout their journey by celebrated industry professionals, and an aftercare program will be put in place to ensure security and career development continues post event.

The long term business plan is to create a self-sufficient performing arts academy and recording studio that is run primarily by young people with the support of industry professionals.


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