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Cancer Care is looking for dancers to take part in “Dance 4 Cancer,” a fundraising event hoping to spread some New Year’s goodwill to local cancer sufferers.
The charity, which works within the North Lancashire and South Lakeland region, is keen to recruit local dance groups to be a part of their “Dance 4 Cancer” performance. The event will take place at Lancashire Central High School on January 29th and will include performers of various ages.
The aim is to raise much-needed funds for the charity in order to help support the huge number of people affected by cancer across the region.
Katt Ekrami, a Lancaster University student who is helping to coordinate the event, told SCAN: “More and more people are affected by cancer every year and charities like Cancer Care are essential for aid, information and therapy for those in the community that suffer from, or are affected by, this terrible illness.”
She went on to explain that the organisation is “looking for [Lancaster University] dancers to get involved with this fantastic event as it’s for such a worthy cause. So please give up one Sunday afternoon to show some support for your local charity and also, as local radio stations and the Lancaster Guardian are covering the event, gain some press coverage and exposure for your dance group.”
For more information about the event visit: http://www.cancercare.org.uk/getinvolved/events/dance-4-cancer or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.