Celebrity Dance Off seeks partner

Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off has raised over $2 million over last five years

The Cabinet for the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off 2018 is seeking a partner charity.

Over the last five years, the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off has raised over $2 million supporting Red Deer Hospice Society, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre, Women’s Outreach, Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre and the establishment of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre.

“The Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off is a great fundraiser. Just as importantly, it’s a community builder which showcases the organization, raising its profile, all of which has a long lasting impact for the agency,” said event co-chair Christine Moore.

Charities who wish to apply can find the application form at celebritydanceoff.ca.

The deadline to submit applications is June 9 at 4 p.m.

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