We are pleased to announce our new logo – highlighting our mission to connect dancers to make a difference to their own lives as well as others.
As part of their initiative to encourage dancers to use their talents for positive social change, Awareness Through Dance have launched their Volunteer Dancer Books. This allows dancers the chance to become a registered artist and be given opportunities through partnered charities and organisations to use their talents for good causes. It’s a very exciting […]
We held our first of many dance workshop fundraiser at pineapple on saturday the 17th November. We had such a great day and the teachers and students created such an amazing vibe felt by all. We raised over £400 for Giving Africa! Well done to everyone involved and thank you to Leah Skelton for organising […]
We had a great night fundraising for our Leap to the Peak trip last night at Dancers Delight. Hosted by Deja Vu entertainment. We raised £73.85 for Giving Africa. Well done to all the crews that performed the UK talent represented!
Here are some photos taken from the recent event ‘Neurology and Me’ partnered with Movement for Hope and UCL. The dancers were dancing to 2 themes. 1: infront of a visual of mitochondria in the body. 2: To the story of Sarah Ezekiel an MND sufferer. [slideshow_deploy id=’635′]
Neurology and Me: A multimedia event that saw the bringing together of arts and science in a public engagement evening hosted by Movement For Hope. As a partner of Movement For Hope, Awareness Through Dance put together 2 pieces that aimed to emphasize the science and the stories behind different neurological conditions. “The dance not only gave […]
Tuesday 6th November saw Body of People Jazz Company take to the stage at the Bloomsbury Theatre to perform their piece ‘Directions’. Choreographed by Dollie Henry, the Artistic Director and danced by 8 company members, they brought the spirit of jazz to the stage. They danced to spread awareness for neurological conditions as part of […]
Members of the Kilimanjaro team headed down to Best of British, organised by Dance Adventures, showcasing some of the best London dancers and choreographers for an intimate showcase. We raised £84.41 for Giving Africa and had lots of dancers showing their support for our cause. Check out the video:
“Further to the career support provisions, the charitable work the organisation is planning also helps people grow in other ways, such as in leadership and confidence. On 4th September, ATD launched the Leap to the Peak project, where a group of 20 professional dancers will travel to Nairobi in Kenya and Kilimanjaro in […]