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Yorkshire Dance youth dance needs your help!

by admin on October 22, 2014

Any donations to the raffle we will be holding at a charity even held with Irwin Mitchell law firm in December would be greatly appreciated!




Yorkshire Dance have signed up to a partnership event with Irwin Mitchell LLP taking place on Wednesday
17 Dec at the Aspire Rooms in Leeds.
A Dinner Dance will act as a fundraiser for the youth work at Yorkshire Dance and a pre-Christmas feel
good party for Irwin Mitchell (IM). The evening will even feature a Stictly Come Dancing type event,
featuring six competing IM partners.
Where we need your help, however…. is with the raffle!
Who doesn’t love prizes? Yorkshire Dance Youth will love yours! If you can think of something you love and
that you can donate as a raffle prize, the likely hood is someone else will love it too, and will pay for it!
Not only will you feel the reward of do-gooding and helping a very worthwile community cause, but you
can also take advantage of this very prestigious event as being a fantastic place to publicise your brand. The
larger the prizes, the higher the profile!
“The group is like my second family, Dani, my dance teacher, has helped me become more confiendent, and
working with her has made me realise I want to be a choreographer. I’d never thought about a career in
dance before doing this.” – Sammi Stewart, Yorkshire Dance Youth
“If I didn’t come to ReBuzz, i’d probably be sat at home doing nothing, to be honest” – Callum Edge,
Rotherham boy
“The project promotes a positive diversionary activity for boys aged 11- 19 years and enables boys to meet
inspirational role modles, enableing them to develop a passion for dance, unlocking their creativity and
developing their confidence and communication skills”- Youth and Community staff member


These quotes demonstrate ways you can help to make
a difference with the money the prizes raise!
Please contact if you
wish to make a donation.


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