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Closed 20/05/2023

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    Weʼve raised £20 to The 21UP Movement

    United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 20th May 2023

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    The 21UP Movement aims to tackle knife crime amongst youths of today's society. Our programme educates and inspires young people, encouraging change by promoting positive lifestyle choices and supporting them in educational or career choices.

    Knife crime has been a continuous problem amongst UK's youth for many years. Many of us have lost family members, friends and loved ones to knife violence. It can happen to any of us - all it takes is being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    We are on a mission to fight youth violence on our streets and prevent the downfall of our children by sharing stories, experiences and bringing together kids of all backgrounds in a hope of saving lives.

    The 21UP Movement fills the gap between formal education and free time, providing young adults with extra curriculum activities which they enjoy, keeping them off the streets and presenting them with a wider net of career options for the future.

    As a team of creatives and entrepreneurs, we understood early on in our lives that the school system doesn't entirely support students who don't fall into the traditional category of a "good student"; what the system fails to acknowledge is that not each teenager will be interested in the standard curriculum that schools provide.

    That's where 21UP Movement steps in! Our aim is to provide communities of kids and parents with workshops, courses, events, talent shows and more in a hope to educate, motivate and inspire our kids to make a positive change in their life and help them realise their true potential.

    All donations and contributions will be used to provide children with extra curriculum activities, day trips, courses, talent shows, workshops and various activities such as studio sessions, tournaments, and more.

    The 21UP Movement will also provide young adults with support in finding work placements, apprenticeships, making career and educational choices, attaining qualifications and certifications.

    Additionally, we need donations in order to sponsor our short films, documentaries and anti-knife crime campaigns, educating our society about the risks of knife crime, gang involvement, violence and crime for young adults.

    The 21UP Movement is already supported by artists, educators, support workers, public service officials, the Metropolitan Police, news outlets and personalities.

    We want to help fight youth violence and we would appreciate any help you can contribute to our cause. Please help us be the change we need to see.

    With us, you can help raise awareness of knife crime and youth violence, educate young adults and help them achieve their goals for the future.



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      • Tonye A

        Tonye A

        May 27, 2022

        This movement is important. Happy to support!


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      Perry Wesley Blake

      Perry Wesley Blake

      United Kingdom

      Poet, musician and dedicated father to two wonderful boys growing up in the concrete jungle of London. My goal is to inspire as many young people as possible and create opportunities for those who haven't had the best circumstances in their early years.

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