Introducing…Rap for Good!

It’s been a long time in the making – I’m delighted to have been selected by The Leap to receive funding as part of their Pioneer Programme, which will see the launch a new social enterprise – Rap for Good 🥳🎤 

Rap for Good will be a community-led programme for young people in Bradford & Keighley. We will provide FREE workshops, advice, access to equipment and opportunities to children in Bradford’s most economically-deprived areas. 

There are some plans in motion to kick things off, more on that as it comes, but as a community-led project it will be shaped by the participants themselves. We’ll be working with local charities, organisations and education providers to deliver our work in response to what the children and families involved need. 

This is really exciting and will be a great programme for young people to be a part of, with a focus on using creativity for positive change & good mental health. It’ll be encouraging, supportive, fun and empowering. 

I want this to be great and I won’t be able to do that on my own, so if you would like to get involved as a volunteer or have ideas or skills to bring to the table please let me know!  Also organisations in Bradford & Keighley who’d like to get involved give me a shout 😄👊

This has been months in the making and there will be more info to come, but for now if you want to follow the journey or get involved, you can follow Rap for Good on InstagramFacebook and Twitter, and help to spread the word 🙌

Big thanks and gratitude to The Leap, Arts Council England & Bradford Metropolitan District Council for believing in this project, now for the fun to begin…😁🙏

And shoutout to Rogan at Wild Card Tattoo Studio for his excellent work on the logo! 👏

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