Fundraiser
Event

STRICTLY FOR KIDS 2019 **REGISTRATION CLOSING SOON***

Next date: Monday 23 September - Saturday 16 November 2019 5:00pm
Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cost: £20 Registration Fee/ £150 minimum sponsorship
Strictly for Kids 2019 with Cancer Focus NI- REGISTRATION CLOSING SOON
Back by popular demand - Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has teamed up with Ballroom Blitz NI to host its third Strictly Come Dancing event just for kids to raise vital funds. Cancer Focus NI is looking for budding young stars aged 6-12 to put their dancing shoes on and show us how to dance the night away!.

Kids just wanna have fun – and what better way than dancing to help other children…

Back by popular demand - Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has teamed up with Ballroom Blitz NI to host its third Strictly Come Dancing event just for kids to raise vital funds.

Cancer Focus NI is looking for budding young stars aged 6-12 to put their dancing shoes on and show us how to dance the night away!.

No previous dancing experience is needed - each youngster will be taught how to strut their stuff by professional ballroom dance teachers from Ballroom Blitz NI. Let your child try out the classic ballroom dances they’ve seen the adults do – now is their time to shine.

Training starts on Monday 23rd September, 5pm-7pm at Cliftonville Golf Club, Belfast, for eight weeks before a sparkling showcase finale on Saturday 16th November. Tickets will be available for friends, family and the public.

Places are filling up fast! Make sure you register your interest at https://cancerfocusni.org/fundraising/events/

 

Sector:
  • Children and families
  • Health and wellbeing
Tags:
  • Cancer Focus NI
  • Strictly Come Dancing
  • kids
  • fundraiser

Date and Time

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Location

44 Westland Road
386
BT14 6NH
United Kingdom

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Contact Details

[email protected]

028 9066 3281

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All the money raised will go towards the charity’s unique art therapy service, which carries out important work with families when a mum, dad or grandparent has cancer.

Joanne Boal, art therapist, Cancer Focus NI, said: “We know that creating art can have a positive impact by helping the healing process - improving physical, mental and emotional well-being. 

“Art therapy is not about being good at art or creating works of art, it’s simply a way of helping you express how you feel when words don’t come easily.”

Anyone who thinks their child would love to be involved should contact the charity today as places for Strictly for Kids are limited. To sign up or for more information email [email protected]