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streetlife.com

Founded Year

2011

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$910K

About Streetlife.com

Streetlife.com, operated by Streetbook, is a local social network that aims to help people across Britain make the most of where they live by connecting with nearby residents, groups, organizations and businesses. Streetlife.com provides an easy way for locals to share practical information, advice, opinions, skills and resources. People sign up using their postcode, and can start and join conversations with neighbors. Users can customize their settings so they control how much information they receive, the areas they're interested in, and what they share about themselves.

Streetlife.com Headquarter Location

38 King St

London, England, WC2E 8JT,

United Kingdom

020 3137 3497

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Latest Streetlife.com News

Teenager pens song in aid of Streetlife

Jan 21, 2021

A teenager who has his sights set on a career in the music industry has produced a new track to raise money for a Blackpool charity. Thursday, 21st January 2021, 7:00 am Joel Yarwood, 17, from South Shore, has written, produced and recorded a song called A Broken Dancefloor in aid of Streetlife, a charity for young homeless people in the resort. The teenager first showed an interest in music aged 13 and has since released his tracks on music platforms Spotify and Apple Music under his artist name, Goosy. Joel explained the song is about mental health, life difficulties and the thought that many people are only a few pay slips away from losing a roof over their head. Joel Yarwood, from South Shore, is raising money for Streetlife through his song A Broken Dancefloor He said: “The song A Broken Dancefloor is a metaphorical term for a place where people go whenever they feel vulnerable and have emotions such as depression, anxiety and feelings or thoughts of suicide. “Whether or not a person has a home or even extensive wealth, they can all fall victim to these emotions. “So why is it that only a small amount of people support these causes if empathetically we are not dissimilar. “They say anyone could be a few pay slips away from homelessness, so instead of being driven by materialism we should think more empathetically which I believe A Broken Dancefloor helps people to do.” Joel, whose artist name Goosy comes from his hope to give listeners goosebumps from his music, has raised more than £500 from his song for Streetlife. He added: “I’m home-schooled and concentrating on my maths GCSE at the moment but I hope to make a stable living out of my music. “I write and produce my own songs in a home studio using a MacBook and a microphone. And I’ve created my own label called Calm Pebble so I can write and produce songs for other people. “The genre of music I most like to produce is alternative and indie.” To listen to Joel’s songs and donate to his Just Giving page for Streetlife, visit https://linktr.ee/goosy Thanks for reading. If you value what we do and are able to support us, a digital subscription is just £1 for your first month. Try us today by clicking here  Most Popular

  • When was Streetlife.com founded?

    Streetlife.com was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Streetlife.com's headquarters?

    Streetlife.com's headquarters is located at 38 King St, London.

  • What is Streetlife.com's latest funding round?

    Streetlife.com's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Streetlife.com raise?

    Streetlife.com raised a total of $910K.

  • Who are the investors of Streetlife.com?

    Investors of Streetlife.com include Nextdoor, Social Discovery Ventures, Archant Digital Ventures and Shohet & Cie.

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