STREET LIFE PEOPLE …

Working on the front line in our community we are determined to give a voice to everyday people’s stories, whilst pushing boundaries in photojournalism and are dedicated to raising awareness on core subjects within society such as mental health, domestic abuse and homelessness.

Use our Instagram Direct Link below and you are able to follow, and browse our gallery of photographic images and read the stories behind every single photo, some hard hitting, some happy, some sad, some poignant, others uplifting, others inspiring, all real life …

We have a particular interest in the field of mental health, its cause and effect, and will be undertaking pioneering research and bringing groundbreaking projects to the fore front of modern day life.

Our SLP Business Alliance Group now has almost 300 members, inclusive of local businesses and independent retailers. We are in the process of designing and bringing to life our SLP Marketing Strategy Campaign too for private/business investment and grant funding.

We have just become a board member Of Maldon Livewell Partnership Board, and will represent Mental Health in our community, as well as already working together will all three emergency services and a network of other charities.

A lot goes on behind the scenes here at Street Life People too, from the initial interviews and photography, to business fundraising events through our community interest company, where soon ongoing projects will come to life such as our SLP Creative Arts Collective, our Footprints Legacy Project and our Hall Of Fame Programme.

Our SLP Creative Arts Collective program is now operational, and hopes to support the raw talent of up and coming artists, writers, musicians and photographers, who have perhaps themselves experienced any number of the above in their own lives. In year one, we will select one from each creative category, and then this will evolve to two from each category in year two, three in year three etc …

Our pioneering book How To Live With Monsters is in the process of being co written with Thomas Fox, and will then be taken into primary schools and book shops as a learning tool in creative writing workshops and to raise awareness on mental health, a lasting legacy ripple effect for thousands of children now and in the future.

We are also setting up a street graffiti art project, an innovative form of creative therapy, and have just taken on some really creative inspirational younger generation volunteers too, to implement growth across all social media platforms, and to add a whole new dimension to the project.

Our Footprints Legacy Project, while researching mental health, its cause and effect, will also through fundraising and private investment hope to support members of our community whose stories have really touched the hearts of everyone at Street Life People, and who left literally speaking, their special mark akin to footprints in the sand …

Our Hall Of Fame Programme will support and help to fulfil the dreams of some of our younger generation involved with the project, who perhaps don’t meet the criteria for our Creative Arts Collective, such as Sportsmen or Sportswomen, or those who have an ambition to become a specific profession or follow a certain career path , who till now haven’t had the opportunity to realise their true worth and potential …

CONTACT INFO DM Through Instagram @streetlifepeople

EMAIL info@streetlifepeople.com

TWITTER @streetlifecic

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