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Good Things Come in Threes!

Dance for the Cure is honored that so many individuals in our community are helping to support our cause! Amid the many happenings taking place on our behalf, three remarkable women took it upon themselves to conduct fundraisers of their own to benefit DFC. We are grateful for having been chosen as the recipient of their generosity!

Everyone knows what "recycle" means, but have you heard of "freecycle"? Freecycling is described as "...a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns and neighborhoods. It's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills." Amy Hurd raised $511.00 through her Wanaque Freecycle Fundraiser, and donated it to Dance for the Cure. Thank you for reaching out to Dance for the Cure as the recipient of your efforts.

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Cassie Krick, DFC Volunteer

One of our college volunteers, Cassie Krick, created a quick fundraiser on Social Media by making a Bingo Card with various monetary amounts on the card, and supporters could choose the amount they wished to donate through Venmo. In a very short amount of time, Cassie raised $100.00 for Dance for the Cure!

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Jess Tallman, DFC Volunteer

One of our college volunteers, Jessica Tallman, decided to host a 24-hour fundraiser and promoted it amongst her friends and classmates. Her goal was to raise $100.00, but in 24 hours and she surpassed her initial goal by raising $210.00 via Venmo! Thanks Jess, for another creative idea for a fundraiser!

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