Since 1991, with an amazing total of 135 million dollars raised, the Children’s Miracle Network has been working hard to help the countless children affected by illness in Canada.
One of their more popular charity initiatives has been the Dance Marathon hosted by high schools, colleges and universities alike across the country.
For generations, hundreds of dedicated students have worked to help these children and raise money for the hospitals that try so hard to bring their health back.
Of course, the students of Montreal have joined the healing movement. We have happily offered our service and managed to raise $3000 for this great cause at last year’s Dance Marathon at Champlain College. It was the first Dance Marathon in the province of Quebec.
Now, it’s time to go even bigger – and we need your help. This year, in collaboration with Dawson, Champlain and John-Abbott, Vanier is proud to present:
The 2017 Dance Marathon
The event will be held in Jake’s Mall on the 31st of March, from 4pm to midnight. All participants (or party-cipants) will attempt the eight-hour no sitting challenge – and dance in support of the young patients of our province.
All proceeds will go to Operation Enfant Soleil, so we can be proud of providing both funds and positive energy to the children who need it the most.
Register in person at the VCSA office (C-214), MIO Marine Coeurdassier, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find us on Facebook: Quebec Dance Marathon
We’ve got music and we’ve got food; all we need is your smile and your sick moves.
Are you ready to dance?
Dance for a DAY, give hope for a LIFETIME.
Written By: Marina Adey Djiezion