I donated in support of this campaign.
As most of you know, I'm very passionate about the Exchange Club of Greater Durham and I enjoy having fun & an occasional challenge. As a group, with Exchange, we raise money and volunteer our time to make our communities a better place while enjoying each other's camaraderie. Supporting children is our main focus.
So, when Faye Parker approached me about being part of this fundraiser to support children through the National Inclusion Project and learn & perform a dance routine, I naturally said yes! While it is not part of my association with Exchange, it is a challenge, I will have fun, and the money I raise will make a positive impact for children!
Here's what's happening: Over the next two months I will be learning a dance from Johnathan, a professional dancer at Fred Astaire Dance Studios, and on April 13th, we will perform it live at the Southern Women's Show. Between now and then, I am collecting donations to benefit National Inclusion Project. Each $1 donated = 1 vote. Whoever has the most "votes" by the end of the performance on April 13th, wins the competition!
Here's how you can help me win: Please consider making a donation to help me reach my goal of $4,000.. Just a small donation will go a long way in helping me meet my goal to win Dancing Like the Stars and ensure that no child sits on the sidelines.
If you are available, come cheer me & Johnathan on at the main event on April 13th @ 4pm at the Southern Women's Show.
Check out the short video below of us practicing and having fun!
I appreciate your help,
With your help, we can make it possible for children with and without disabilities to learn, laugh and play TOGETHER.