Charity Danceathon to support 3000 children

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BANGALORE: Hundreds of Bangaloreans danced together for fitness and raising funds to support 3000 underprivileged children today.

Rotary Club JB Nagar, Bangalore organised a Danceathon for Charity at Community Hall, DRDO, CV Raman Nagar. The Dancetahon was sponsored by Tandoori Xpress (Appytyte).

Charity Danceathon to support 3000 children Abhishek Ranjan Charity Danceathon to support 3000 childrenA day long dance session witnessed some of the best Zumba trainers in Bangalore joining hands with hundreds of Bangalorean and took a pledge to be fit and healthy.

All the funds raised from Danceathon  2016 was given to underprivileged children to help them attend schools.

Speaking at this occasion, President Rtn CM Reddy of Rotary Club announced that this fundraiser will support 3000 children and will ensure that that kids can continue their education in an uninterrupted manner.The club will also Support Govt schools by providing basic facilities like drinking water and toilets, mats, shoes, uniforms, wheel chairs, learning instruments etc.

Assistant Governor of Rotary District 3190, Rtn Abhishek Ranjan welcomed the gathering and briefed the audience about the work Rotary is doing for the community in area of literacy and Teach Mission.

Guinness book record holder and famous Choreographer, Lourd Vijay was the chief guest of the function and he spoke about the importance of Dance and Health. Rtn Prathima Reddy, Rtn Bindu Subhash, Rtn Divya Nair, Rtn Shubha Vani were honored by the club for organizing this event.




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