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Care Leavers Evaluate their #Music4Care Experience

The #music4care project launched on April 1st 2014 to rapturous applause and tear filled eyes, as the gravity and power of the message in the video hit home to the audience. Since then the film has been praised and supported online by High profile Care Leavers such as Lemn Sissay with this tweet and Paolo Hewitt who supported the launch with an inspirational speech. In addition Sir Ken Robinson famous for the most viewed Ted Talk ever, also Tweeted about the film! The film was even championed by the NSPCC in this tweet!

7,908 views later the film has been seen far and wide and in countless countries around the world. The film will has been accepted into its first film festival which we will announce soon and it is to be presented at the National Care Leavers Conference in October. Amazing!!!

All that said, what impact did the project really have on those who took part? In this new video the young people behind the song and film talk about their experience of being involved!

 

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“How To Fly” Video Gets Retweet from Seal!!!!

With the buzz of the launch still in the air, the inspired young people behind #Music4Care, The Springboard Project, Inspired Youth, Digital Sun Media, the Lord Mayor of York and attendees from the launch, all set about sharing the link to “How To Fly” online to try and reach the wider public with the powerful message in the song.

The feedback has been immense! On Twitter @Seal and @KokeUSG have retweeted, as well as the likes of the Author Teresa Cooper Author and even the Childrens Commissioner for Wales!!!!

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If that wasn’t cool enough, the young people managed to draw the attention of  National Charity  who tweeted the video and blog to 100,00 followers today!!!

The project has also been given a wide range of exposure through local and national press.

You can read all articles here; theguardian TheYorkMix ThePress Pre Launch Article The Press One&Other

It has also had very inspiring feedback from a wide range of people such as social workers and professionals working in the care system.

One said, “Wow!  I have just watched your video!!! I cannot put into enough words of how the video made me feel….Very moving, absolutely brilliant and such talented customers…

It is also a brilliant opportunity for all these individuals to express themselves and how well they did it… I am just wiping the tears…”

Another saidJust watched your video, it really inspired me and reminded me why I came into this type of work.  Well done to you and your young people.”

The video was also seen by the Children in Care Council, who said they love the track! So it went up on their website to see it click here.

What a fantastic start to sharing #music4care and its powerful stories and experiences with the wider world. We look forward to seeing how that unfolds. #aspire2more

 

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