A very special thanks is owed to the pupils of the Lisa Worsnop School of Dance for their amazing dancing and singing talent and skills presented to friends and family in order to raise funds for the work of the Leeds Children’s Charity. The show, ‘Curtain Call’ was a pleasure to watch from start to finish. Pupils from 4 to 40 took part in the show and they were all bright, enthusiastic, and entertaining stars of the night.
Lisa Holmes, the dance teacher, said that it was a pleasure to raise money for such a worthy cause. Nearly £300 was raised from a raffle, loose change was collected in buckets as the audiences left the building, and a donation is to be made to the charity from ticket sales and revenue raised from the sale of DVDs of the show. All the money donated will be used to provide free residential short breaks/respite for disadvantaged and socially excluded children of Leeds aged 7 to 11 years.
The charity will provide nearly 500 holiday places during 2013, and the money received from this fundraising event will help the trustees to achieve their target.
If you would like to support the Leeds Children’s Charity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0113 245 4281.
Posted by LCC on 12th Dec 2012
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