Dance for the Cure volunteers help in a variety of ways undertaking many jobs that arise both simple and complex. These include working on the Pink Bow Project by helping to create and distribute bows to local businesses for the month of October, assembly line gathering to fill Goody Bags for our annual Ribbons of Hope event, implementing ideas for local fundraisers, holding their own fundraiser with proceeds to DFC, assisting with mailings, and generally jumping onboard and supporting Dance for the Cure by promoting this organization to their family and friends. We welcome you as we can always use an extra pair of hands if you have some time to give.
Our Ribbons of Hope volunteers are passionate and committed to making our annual fundraiser a smashing success. Our efforts are concentrated from July through October, with most of the work at “Basket Central”—the venue where we build our gorgeous baskets for our fundraiser—happening between mid-August until the date of our event in October. If you have a few hours a week to help, we can put you to work, and you’ll make lasting friends while making a difference in the lives of people in our community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Some of our volunteers are breast cancer survivors themselves.
We honor them with a ribbon badge!
Ribbons of Hope Volunteers:
Special thanks to:
BRHS Key Club
Bridgewater Marriott Staff
Brighton Collectibles, Bridgewater
Coldwell Banker Realty, Hillsborough/Montgomery Office
Donna M. Karlis Memorial Fund
Jack Simonik, Simonik Moving and Storage
Kreations by Anne
Olivia Pinciotti, Olivia Grace Productions
Pete Bloom, Catered Affair
The Day Spa at Hair Plus
Tropiano and Son Jewelers