Moving Creations Inc
Rating: 4.67 stars 18 reviews
Issues: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Crime & Law
Location: 6757 Greene Street, Suite 330 Philadelphia PA 19119 USA
Results: Served 80 girls in or at risk of entrance into the juvenile justice system over 4 years during the construction of the Girls on the Move Project. Girls who completed each 12 week arts leadership semester noted immediate improvements in self esteem, peer social skills, motivation, and anger management, Those who completed all three semesters of the project noted increased improvements in all the above areas. In addition, their peer mentorship skills improved and their motivation to engage in social change efforts in their community increased.
Target demographics: Low income adolescent girls and boys living in violence torn, impoverished neighborhoods in Philadelphia between the ages of 14 - 17 years.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 40 adolescent girls per year, or two groups of 20 girls and 20 boys per year.
Geographic areas served: Philadelphia
Programs: The Girls on the Move Project: a two year intensive arts leadership program for adolescent girls living in violence torn, impoverished communities, promoting positive self esteem, self expression, leadership, peer mentorship and community advocacy skills. The Men in the Making Project: a two year intensive arts leadership program for adolescent boys living in violence torn, impoverished communities, promoting positive self esteem, self expression, leadership, peer mentorship and community advocacy skills.
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Emily is an incredible person that has touched so many young female adult lives. My daughter had the pleasure of being influenced by the moving creation staff. It provided her with a way to express herself through poetry and dance. I believe that if she did not have the opportunity to be a part of such an incredible venture she would have turned to violence and drugs. Thank you moving creation for being a great friend and mentor to my daughter.
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my daughter. The organzation gave her an outlet in expressing the pain she was facing with being a teenager.
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