A Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership program project that took place recently in the UK featured a dance fundraiser for both cancer research and impoverished children in Peru. Richard Hoffman combined a passion for dance with a passion for making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate with a charity dance held on March 23 at the Indian YMCA in London.
The event featured a variety of passionate dances, including Argentine tango, salsa, and even belly dancing. Soft drinks and Indian snacks were served. The entry fee also allowed participants to take part in a raffle which gave away free lessons to all differenty varieties of dance for experienced dancers and beginners alike. The money raised from the event was split equally between two charities: Cancer Research UK and Children in Peru.
To see more pictures from the dance, check out the event website at http://passionatefordance.com.