Do you like to dance? Would you like to have fun, meet new people, keep fit – all while raising money to help survivors of human trafficking.
The Snowdrop Project is the first charity in the UK to provide long term community support to survivors of human trafficking. The charity helps to reintegrate survivors in to community, reduce the risk of re-trafficking or exploitation and to empower people to make a fresh start. Each person is supported through one-to-one, person centred support and through the offer of community activities. Permanent houses are also renovated and furnished to give people a home to start a new and stable life.
All money raised will go directly to the Snowdrop Project to continue supporting survivors of human trafficking and to raise awareness of this issue. Is it estimated that in the UK alone there are currently 11000-13000 people in slavery!
Bring out your inner showgirl and help the charity to continue doing the amazing work that they do...changing lives and unlocking futures.
Come dance with a purpose on 23rd September! There will also be many raffle prizes to be won on the night. Come enjoy a glass of bubbly, titbits, have fun, win prizes and DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING....ALL FOR A FANTASTIC CAUSE.
This fun fundraiser will be facilitated by Katy Robinson, a professional dancer, choreographer and dance and fitness specialist and creator of “On Broadway”.
“On Broadway”, is a dance class with top hats, feather boas, canes and songs from all the popular Broadway shows like “Mamma Mia”, “A Chorus Line” and “Chicago”. Check it out on www.katyrobinsonfitnessfusion.co.uk
If dancing isn't your thing, you can still come watch. If you are unable to make it please still take time to learn more about the Snowdrop Project and the issue of Human trafficking. http://snowdropproject.co.uk/
If you are unable to make it, but would like to donate to the Charity, you can do so at http://www.totalgiving.co.uk/mypage/dancesnowdropproject
Thank you for your support!
Note to attendees:
There are changing facilities in the building, if you need to get into more comfortable clothes for dancing, especially after a day at work.
Remember previous dance experience is not essential but willingness to have fun is a must.