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DANCE TO UNITE presents 3rd Annual Benefit: One Way or Another

DANCE TO UNITE presents 3rd Annual Benefit: One Way or Another

Company:

Dance to Unite

Location:

The World School

Dates:

Tuesday, May 3, 2016 - 6:00pm

Tickets:

www.dancetounite.org

Company:
Dance to Unite

DANCE TO UNITE
presents
3rd Annual Benefit: One Way or Another
Dance to Unite to Perform with Debbie Harry Live
Avenues: The World School, 259 10th Ave, NYC
Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at 6pm

 


Dance to Unite presents the 3rd Annual Benefit: One Way or Another on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at 6pm, featuring live music from Debbie Harry at Avenues: The World School, located in Chelsea at 259 Tenth Avenue, NYC, 10001.  The evening will be a celebration of artistic excellence and cultural diversity to benefit Dance to Unite's expanding free after-school dance and education programs.  This year, Dance to Unite proudly honors Jenny Morgenthau, who recently retired after 32 years as the Executive Director of the Fresh Air Fund.  As part of the celebration, students of Dance to Unite will perform to music icon and Blondie lead singer, Debbie Harry's biggest hits live.  Tickets can be reserved by making a $150 minimum donation per person at http://www.dancetounite.org/events/.  The attire will be business casual.


"What I like about Dance to Unite is that we showed people that
no matter if we're different on the outside we're the same on the inside."

- Josh (age 9), program participant of Dance to Unite


"In the society we live in, unfortunately, many young teens do not have a support system. They need a place to go where it is positive and inviting. ... Often these youth are left to fall through the cracks and be forgotten. Dance to Unite will open so many doors for respect, and self-worth and give them the tools to succeed in life no matter what path they take."
-Tayna Carmon, a volunteer and parent of program participant
 

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