STOP THE VIOLENCE
April 8th & April 19th
POSPONED DUE TO CORONA VIRUS
NEW DATES TBD SOON

The Booth Playhouse

Please join us in working toward eliminating the disease of violence in our community.

SUMMIT TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Day 1

12:00 pmVendor / Event Set Up
2:30 pmPerformers Check-In
3:00 pmOpening Address (15 min)
4:31 pm10 Min Break
4:41 pmSeating for the Panel
      5 panelist
5:00 pmPanel Discussion
5:50 pmQ&A
6:00 pmBreak (15 min)
6:15 pmKeynote Speaker
7:30 pmMusic Performance
8:15 pmEnd of Event
8:30 pmBreakdown

Day 2

8:00 amVendor/Event Set Up
9:30 amPerformers Check In
10:00 amOpening Address (10 min)
      Citywide Moment of Silence
10:15 amMusic Performance
11:15 am10 Min Break
11:25 amPanel Discussion
12:15 pmQ&A
12:45 pm3 Training Sessions
2:00 pmMusic Performance
3:15 pmPanel Discussion
4:15 pmKeynote Speaker
5:00 pmCommission to GO!
5:15 pmBreakdown

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Heal Charlotte is a community organization created to support dialogue and relationship building between urban youth and families, the police, and other divisions of government, as well as, our community partners. Through the development of camps, training, workshops and community events, we strive to engage a diverse group of youth to create stronger neighborhoods and a better city.

Over the last 3 years Heal Charlotte Youth Camp, an after-school program working inside The Orchard Trace apartment complex has worked to create relationships with local police, provide a mentoring platform which offers tutoring and emotional support to children who would otherwise have very little support. We are proud of our accomplishments for youth and look forward to adding your support to the efforts.

This year we are working to set a new tone and address the issues related to gun violence Charlotte. In the year of 2019, there were more than 100 homicide events in Charlotte, North Carolina, leaving family members, loved ones, and our communities heartbroken and in need of urgent action. A disproportionate number of homicide victims and perpetrators were Black males between the ages of 18 and 24 years old. The homicide rate in Charlotte last year was twice the rate from 2018, a significant spike in violence that has not been seen here since 1993. The trauma that many of our communities have experienced due to these devastating events has sparked the need for change and healing. In response to this trauma, Heal Charlotte will work diligently to create community change through participatory and trauma-informed approaches that promote community and youth engagement, leadership development, improved governance, and capacity building all centered around the topic of gun violence prevention.

This year Heal Charlotte is committed to bringing together community members and stakeholders to change the paradigm, and advocate for peace and prosperity. In order to make this happen, we will bring together a number of stakeholders from the community that have an invested interest in reducing crime and violence to put on a city-wide violence prevention event, which we are calling the STV ( Stop The Violence) Summit .The vision for the event is a two day summit which will take place on April 3rd and 4th and will combine elements of arts, culture, entertainment, and education to bring awareness to the issues and provide solutions for change. The art and training showcased throughout the STV Summit will begin grassroots conversations among community members and advocates that will carry the mission of the Summit into the rest of the year and beyond.

Heal Charlotte has created a unique way for you to get involved and make a change.

Heal Charlotte’s #STV SUMMIT is a headliner event for Spring 2020. This is your chance to show support for local youth and community relationships.

$500 SUPPORT THE MISSION
Your organization will be listed as a sponsor on our website and you will receive an item of your choice in the goodie bag.

$750 BE THE INTERVENTION
Your organization is listed on our website and your promo item goes in the goodie bag. Additionally, you will be listed in our event program and your logo will be displayed on the banner.

$1,500 START THE HEALING
Your logo on our website, an item in the goodie bag, your logo in the event program and on the welcome banner. Additionally, you will have space to set up a table to display your organization and have personal interactions with the participants.

$5,000 BE THE CURE
In addition to all the previous benefits, your organization will go above the event logo as a host on all digital and printed materials. Most importantly, your name will be read with the events name: ... (Stop the Violence) #STVSUMMIT
**Donations to our fundraiser will be donated to the Club’s Donor Advised Fund. Heal Charlotte is a 501(c)(3) organization having an employer identification number of 81-5158164. Your tax-deductible donation is very much appreciated.

Please use this link to make your contributions:
https://www.paypal.com/paypalme2/Charlottecommunityco

When making your donation please specify your contribution category. We appreciate your endless support and efforts to make Heal Charlotte’s Vision for the community a success.

Letter of Endorsement for STV Summit

Letter of Endorsement for STV Summit

Dear fellow community partners,

In the year of 2019, there were more than 100 homicide events in Charlotte, North Carolina, leaving family members, loved ones, and our communities heartbroken and in need of urgent action. A disproportionate number of homicide victims and perpetrators were Black males between the ages of 18 and 24 years old. The homicide rate in Charlotte last year was twice the rate from 2018, a significant spike in violence that has not been seen here since 1993. The trauma that many of our communities have experienced due to these devastating events has sparked the need for change and healing. In response to this trauma, Heal Charlotte will work diligently to create community change through participatory and trauma-informed approaches that promote community and youth engagement, leadership development, improved governance, and capacity building all centered around the topic of gun violence prevention. This year Heal Charlotte is committed to bringing together community members and stakeholders to change the paradigm, and advocate for peace and prosperity. In order to make this happen, we will bring together a number of stakeholders from the community that have an invested interest in reducing crime and violence to put on a city-wide violence prevention event, which we are calling the STV Summit.

The mission of the STV Summit is to set a strong tone for the year 2020 that violence is not the desired culture in our city. We will do this by providing resources and support to the community to reduce the incidence of gun violence in Charlotte, NC. The vision for the event is a two day summit which will take place on April 3rd and 4th and will combine elements of arts, culture, entertainment, and education to bring awareness to the issues and provide solutions for change. The art and training showcased throughout the STV Summit will begin grassroots conversations among community members and advocates that will carry the mission of the Summit into the rest of the year and beyond. We will partner with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, faith-based organizations, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department, Charlotte Mecklenburg Health Department, Moms Demand Action, BYE, the District Attorney’s office, government officials, and other grass root organizations committed to uplifting the mission of our event. `The commitment of our community stakeholders and leaders is imperative to make this event a success.

Thank you,

The Heal Charlotte Team

About Us

Heal Charlotte was birthed November 2017 shortly after the protest and riots in the city of Charlotte. Feeling the need to be a bridge of communication between citizens and their City officials Founder Greg Jackson wanted to address the real issues that have been swept under the rug of the city for years. Along with his partner in crime Antuan Smith the two have been able to bring the community together through countless events, starting the #HCDAYOUTHCAMP and training over 80 officers of the CMPD for the new Constructive Conversational Team. With little under a year under their belt Heal Charlotte has become a driving force in community engagement, wellness and growth for the youth of Charlotte.

Quick Facts
  • Started November 2017
  • Day Camp for Kids
  • Fostering Community
Heal Charlotte

Our Dedicated Team

Heal Charlotte

Greg Jackson

Founder / Executive Director

Greg has created an after-school camp for at-risk youth in his northeast Charlotte neighborhood in works to expand in the community.

Heal Charlotte

Ashwin Ramesh

Event Coordinator

Ashwin coordinates most volunteer activity and events.

Tashara Brown

Tashara Brown

Operations Manager

Coordinates overall activity and operations for Heal Charlotte

Dr. Shante Williams

Dr. Shante Willians

Board Chair

Ensures Heal Charlotte stays on track and continues to operate optimally.

Ron Rust

Ron Rust

Youth Coach

Programming for sports and physical activity. Sports and physical recreation activity coordination.

Our Achievments

46

Special
Activities
YTD

4

Professional
Workers

6500

Hours of
Service

49

Enrolled
Students

Our Amazing Partners

What Some of Our Partners Say

Heal Charlotte Volunteer

Dante Johnson

Heal Charlotte is changing lives and changing the game!

Regular Volunteer

Kris Tyte

Kris Tyte

Heal Charlotte is a wonderful program making a real difference in the lives of many kids. Please consider supporting Heal Charlotte.

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ADDRESS

325 Orchard Trace Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28213

CALL US

+1 (704) 352-7369

Address

325 Orchard Trace Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28213

+1 (704) 352-7369

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