Dancing to make a difference
The local community has been keeping busy dancing to make a difference, attending weekly dance classes at the Ananda Palli Community in support of a great cause.
All proceedings from the classes are being contributed towards Dada Jitandrananda and his travels overseas to Palestine to help children in need.
Dada’s goal is to aid and assist children who need to get through army check points in order to get to school.
Each session costs $15 with all proceedings being donated to Dada Jitandrananda overseas.
Organiser, Alison Gaffney, praises Dada for the constant work he does for the community.
“He has a very strong spiritual faith, and I want to support him in that,” she said.
“He is just a real volunteer kind of guy and I want to be a part of what he does.”
Alison explained the dance classes don’t only support an amazing cause, the classes also work wonders for stiff and tired bodies.
“Ultimately I think dancing is the best exercise for people,” Alison said.
“It caters to all skill levels.”
“Come and have fun, be in the community and put money towards a good cause,” Alison added.
Sessions will be held every Tuesday at 5:20pm at the Ananda Palli Community, 463 Back Creek Road, Severnlea, with the final session to be held on Tuesday December 10.
If you have any further questions or inquiries, please contact Alison on 0404 648 486.