NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

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NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

NSP originally started as a rap and breakdance group in the early 80s. As  the group expanded through touring throughout NYC, we opened opportunities for youth to do community service throughout Brooklyn. Ours next expansion in 1993 included setting up a membership process and developing a team o... Read More

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NSP originally started as a rap and breakdance group in the early 80s. As  the group expanded through touring throughout NYC, we opened opportunities for youth to do community service throughout Brooklyn. 

Ours next expansion in 1993 included setting up a membership process and developing a team of models and actors to work in film, tv and commercial projects. A final music component in 1996 extended a jazz program, and NSP set forth activities for youth abroad to engage in.  By 2004, NSP officially became a non-profit organization and continues to work with youth not only in NYC, but has expanded their services outside NY through performance, networking and service. 

PROJECT P.A.C.T.  is a series of activities and annual events that will concentrate on the needs, and growth of NSP and the surrounding community, including conducting our Saturday program, rehearsal schedule, community service projects, membership and leadership development, and seasonal showcasing of talent.

The P.A.C.T. is based to emphasize four areas, which will enable NSP to encourage our youth to achieve their goals. (The “PACT” serves as the foundation of Non-Stop Production, and is considered a key component of our mission statement.):

1. P = PERFORMANCE

2. A = ARTS 

3. C = COMMUNITY

4. T = TALENT


* Our fundraising goal is to seek ongoing support for key financial concerns: 

- acquire and maintain weekly rehearsal and meeting space 

- maintain volunteer staff for primary talents (modeling, acting and dance) 

- showcasing for major quarterly events including New York Fashion Week, Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival. Harlem Fashion Week,  Bed-Stuy Fashion Week, and International African Arts Festival.

 - conduct monthly community service projects through volunteering, and community building. 

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NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

Wayne Winston, on behalf of

NSP Youth, Inc. (Non-Stop Production)

Our program known as PROJECT PACT (Positive Activities for Children and Teens) is in need of support to continue our ongoing programs, including rehearsals, special community activities, and youth events.

Wayne Winston

Known as an artist, and activist, and educator, Wayne Winston is an award-winning recording artist, writer and photographer. As an entrepreneur, he is the founder, CEO and manager of NSP Youth, a Brooklyn-based organization that works with youth through performing arts, talent management and community service. He has with youth for over 38 years. Know as DJ Ace, he is an accomplished hip hop artist, jazz producer and musician. He has been touring and promoting artists as well as poetry from his most recent book, That One Moment.

Brooklyn, New York

NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

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$0 of $15,000

 

NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

Wayne Winston, on behalf of

NSP Youth, Inc. (Non-Stop Production)

Our program known as PROJECT PACT (Positive Activities for Children and Teens) is in need of support to continue our ongoing programs, including rehearsals, special community activities, and youth events.

Wayne Winston

Known as an artist, and activist, and educator, Wayne Winston is an award-winning recording artist, writer and photographer. As an entrepreneur, he is the founder, CEO and manager of NSP Youth, a Brooklyn-based organization that works with youth through performing arts, talent management and community service. He has with youth for over 38 years. Know as DJ Ace, he is an accomplished hip hop artist, jazz producer and musician. He has been touring and promoting artists as well as poetry from his most recent book, That One Moment.

Brooklyn, New York

NSP Youth On The Move (Brooklyn Style)

NSP originally started as a rap and breakdance group in the early 80s. As  the group expanded through touring throughout NYC, we opened opportunities for youth to do community service throughout Brooklyn. Ours next expansion in 1993 included setting up a membership process and developing a team o... Read More

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NSP originally started as a rap and breakdance group in the early 80s. As  the group expanded through touring throughout NYC, we opened opportunities for youth to do community service throughout Brooklyn. 

Ours next expansion in 1993 included setting up a membership process and developing a team of models and actors to work in film, tv and commercial projects. A final music component in 1996 extended a jazz program, and NSP set forth activities for youth abroad to engage in.  By 2004, NSP officially became a non-profit organization and continues to work with youth not only in NYC, but has expanded their services outside NY through performance, networking and service. 

PROJECT P.A.C.T.  is a series of activities and annual events that will concentrate on the needs, and growth of NSP and the surrounding community, including conducting our Saturday program, rehearsal schedule, community service projects, membership and leadership development, and seasonal showcasing of talent.

The P.A.C.T. is based to emphasize four areas, which will enable NSP to encourage our youth to achieve their goals. (The “PACT” serves as the foundation of Non-Stop Production, and is considered a key component of our mission statement.):

1. P = PERFORMANCE

2. A = ARTS 

3. C = COMMUNITY

4. T = TALENT


* Our fundraising goal is to seek ongoing support for key financial concerns: 

- acquire and maintain weekly rehearsal and meeting space 

- maintain volunteer staff for primary talents (modeling, acting and dance) 

- showcasing for major quarterly events including New York Fashion Week, Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival. Harlem Fashion Week,  Bed-Stuy Fashion Week, and International African Arts Festival.

 - conduct monthly community service projects through volunteering, and community building. 

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