Holter Intellectual Property, Inc. and Healing Tribes are excited to present an innovative communications curriculum for young adults who are aging out of the foster care system. Our creative workforce development platform offers public speaking training and a self-healing wellness retreat in Hampton, Georgia. Our students will have fun developing skills, working in teams, and manifesting the power to speak, and speak well for themselves while co-producing the Voices of Foster Care documentary film series:
Come to our first filming at the
Inaugural Hampton Soul Fest
Saturday, October 21st
East Hampton Community Park
Attention, Friends, Family, and Philanthropists, The HIP Team is pleased to announce some great firsts, including your opportunity to be the first to support our Voices of Foster Care in an impactful way. The first official film days of Voices of Foster Care documentary content will take place in Hampton, GA at D'Wayne Wiggins' Electric Church, and the East Hampton Community Park as our staff of interns, and student filmmakers produce their first festival and begin gathering footage for their first documentary project. Advisors at HIPINC.ORG are gathering resources to support our young adult producers as they create an entertainment package complete with industry-standard staging and a soul-stirring line-up of some of Atlanta's most promising emerging artists.
Students will enjoy the great outdoors as they study Yoga and Qi Gong with Ami Brown at D'Wayne Wiggins' Electric Church in Hampton Georgia. The 13.5-acre estate offers a natural setting for our documentary film, a young adult staff of season interns and students, and a recording studio to produce an industry-level documentary film. Read more
With the assistance of D'Wayne Wiggins, Creator of R&B sensation Tony! Toni! Tone'!, the Voices of Foster Care Documentary will feature a soundtrack produced by Student Participants. Read More.
Click HERE to sign up to participate in
Voices of Foster Care.