This dream was birthed out of seeing how an impoverished community established itself in a suburb community, right next to a church. At a young age, our founder, Talitha, felt it was important for the church to get involved in this community, so these people could experience Christ’s love first hand.
In time, on a Performing Arts Mission to Mozambique at an orphanage there, the children begged her to teach them to dance. She asked God for confirmation if this was part of her calling. She knew God was stirring in her heart to bring the beauty of dance to broken worlds when Micheala de Prince’s story was on the prime time news upon arrival back in South Africa. The outreach program started with 6 students at Pure Hope Primary and has grown to reach over 90 outreach students over the years.
We dream of seeing a young generation of girls, from various different backgrounds, rise up as healthy women with vision, confidence and compassion, willing to use their unique gifts as instruments to bless and make a difference in their communities. We aim to use their dance journeys to achieve this.
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