Celebrity Dance Off raises $300,000 for Friends of the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre

The next Celebrity Dance Off will be in 2021

This year’s Celebrity Dance Off raised $300,000 for Friends of the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre.

“The Celebrity Dance Off raised much-needed funds for the comfort and care of patients and their families, but just as importantly, it raised awareness of the important work we do,” said Richelle Belzerowski, the group’s executive director.

Celebrity Dance Off co-chair Christine Moore said the next event will be in 2021.

“In light of our current economic reality, and wishing to acknowledge and respect the incredible generosity of our community over the past eight years, we wish to give our volunteers a well earned rest,” said Moore.

Applications will be accepted starting in April 2020.

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