Melissa's Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge for DAZL
DAZL Mum's Team member and DAZL parent Melissa Peacock will be doing the 24 Mile hike of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks. This is a ultimate challenge & the money raised from this will support Dance Action Zone Leeds Community Disability Cheerdance/ Streetdance Dance Program.
July 2017 - August 2017
Charity information: Dance Action Zone Leeds (DAZL)
There is a lack of opportunities for young people from areas of deprivation with disabilities to access affordable inclusive community street and cheerdance provision across Leeds.
We will aim tackle this by providing a FREE, Low cost/ no cost, fun, inclusive year long dance program, with wider opportunities attached. We will set up a DAZL streetdance & cheerdance crew for young people 3-25yrs with disabilities across Leeds. This program will be part of the DAZL international championship winning cheerdance/ streetdance crews from DAZL Diamonds and DAZL Inspire.
To raise a minimum of £500 towards a community inclusive street/ cheerdance program
Activities» We will be doing a sponsored event which involves completing the 24 mile Yorkshire 3 Peak's
To have created a fund which enables DAZL to set up an inclusive community street/ cheerdance group.
To provide young people with disabilities from Leeds, new and exciting dance opportunities.
Activities» To set up a community street/ cheerdance program for young people with disabilities, also provide wider cultural opportunities.
We will aim to engage 20 young people weekly and follow their progress through social media. We will also obtain feedback from the young people and their families.
The young people will have better health and wellbeing through been involved in this program. The will gain a passion for dance and gain transferable skills which they will assist them in the future. They will also have a greater social network of friends and have gained new creative/ cultural experiences. We will demonstrate this impact through both digital and more traditional case studies.
The risks are that we might have to change the start date and end date to the project. We have already sourced staffing, venues and have interest from the young people across Leeds who attend the SILC's of which we have already built a relationship with.
We will report via social media also blogs via DAZL website and our partners ensuring we gain as much coverage as possible. We will also inform people/ supporters/ donors via our Mailchimp email system and publish the success in our annual review.
Budget - Project Cost: £2,080Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,620 Tutor for year Dance tutor for 1 year (1.5 hour a week X 36 week) £360 Hall Hire 1 years hall hire (36 week) £100 Marketing Marketing throughout the year
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Voulenteer £400 Guaranteed Support staff - Leeds Public Health £360 Guaranteed
The project will be located in areas of deprivation across the LS10 & LS8 postcodes communities of Leeds. Belle Isle/ Middleton, Burmantofts areas of Leeds which are situated in Inner East Leeds and Inner South Leeds.
20 young people with disabilities will benefit from this project weekly but we will deliver FREE taster workshops in four SILC's to drum up interest working with around 150 young people.
DAZL has a proven track record of delivering inclusive street and cheerdance. For the past 9 years DAZL has worked with young people with various disabilities. This has mainly been in school settings (SILC's) and we are now looking to bring this into our community provision. The DAZL community provision engages over 1000 young people across Leeds every week, this provision has been running since the year 2000.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Melissa - DAZL Parent
Melissa will be doing the 3 Peak and also volunteering at the weekly session. She is passionate about working with young people with disabilities.
Chrisie - Practitioner
Chrisie will be delivering on this project, She's worked with children with disabilities/ inclusive dance for 5yrs.
Chloe - Practitioner Support
Chloe will have a supportive role on this project, She has supported on many inclusive dance programs in the past year.
Before joining DAZL Mums, I wasn't very active & the family joke was the furtghest mum walks is from car to Asda! Totally True if Im honest! Im doing this challenge to help support the creation of the disability cheer team and I hope these young people get just as much out of been in DAZL as I have