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Throughout her illustrious career, Malory has consistently regarded music as an influential force for instigating positive change within both local and global communities. Her formative years in London saw her engaging in performances aimed at supporting charitable causes such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, Cancer Research, and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, among others.


Her dedication to empowering women, advocating for creativity, and uplifting underserved segments of society is distinctly evident in her remarkable collaborative endeavours.


Playing an instrumental role in several music rehabilitation workshops held at both Bronzefield Prison and HMP Lewes under the auspices of the charitable organization Finding Rhythms, Malory was profoundly impacted by the transformative influence of music. Witnessing individuals from diverse backgrounds coming together to create something extraordinary left an indelible mark. The unwavering commitment of the team in producing music of exceptional quality culminated in a unique and unforgettable experience, further amplifying her fervor for music.



Contributing her musical talents to compose and perform the original song 'No More,' Malory supported the UK Charity Hestia, dedicated to aiding adults and children in crisis across London and surrounding regions. Hestia actively campaigns and advocates nationally on various critical issues, including supporting victims of modern slavery, survivors of domestic abuse, young care leavers, and the elderly. Her performance of the song at the UK SAYS NO MORE Charter on Prevention Rally at Parliament's Portcullis House during the 5th annual NO MORE Week, coinciding with International Women’s Day, encouraged Members of Parliament to ensure that the Domestic Abuse Bill encompassed the prevention of domestic abuse.


At 19, Malory spoke at The Ultimate Seminar in London on a Producer & Songwriter panel alongside industry luminaries like DJ Wilkinson and Kurtis, known for their work with Iggy Azalea, Taio Cruz, and Katy B. Notable figures including Stormzy, MNEK, and Eliza Doolittle also participated in the event.

In 2023, her schedule was filled with prestigious speaking engagements. She graced PROMAX UK's International Women’s Day panel, sharing the stage with renowned personalities like Farrah Storr, Head of Writer Partnerships at Substack UK, Priya Singh of ITV, and Reemah Sakaan, the CEO of BritBox International.

Further, Malory was among the eight female producers selected for the SIGNAL X SHE WRITES songwriting camp, an exclusive gathering of BIPOC and female identifying writers, artists, and producers. Her year culminated with acceptance into Women In Music Canada's Entrepreneur Accelerator program, dedicated to nurturing the next generation of female and gender-diverse leaders in the Canadian music industry.

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