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The Good Foot Arts Collective is a Seattle community-based non-profit with a mission of Youth Violence Prevention through Arts Education.

  • Advocacy
    Youth Advocacy
  • Education
    Youth Programs
    Youth Programs - Summer
  • Expression
    Performing Art Organizations
  • Health & Wellness
    Social & Health Services

In 2005, a group of young passionate artists got together in the basement of a home in Seattle with a shared desire to impact youth and the communities they do life in. With a collective of Hip Hop dancers, breakers, ballet dancers, deejays, spoken word artists and visual artists, a drive to plant seeds of community change to better the lives of young people from societal violence came to be. It all started with a Hip Hop dance outreach in the Chinatown-International District where over 400 young people gathered not just for a fresh dance competition but with desire to speak truth, light and hope through change and action so that our community can benefit and people can feel safe and loved. With a passionate focus on ending violence before it begins, it has since grown in the last 10 years to provide domestic abuse awareness and youth violence prevention advocacy through Arts Education. We believe the platform of mentorship, Hip Hop expression and culturally relevant youth programs through the arts is essential for young people to express themselves creatively as we provide a safe space to learn, grow and thrive.