Dancing for Sick Kids

Two of our students in secondary school, sisters Cienna and Saige DeLuca, are doing the Dance for Sick Kids Challenge this week.

This isn’t the girl’s first rodeo, though. Cienna created a team called Girls United 5 years ago, which, up until this year, has raised nearly $84,000. They are hoping to get to $100,000 this year. It is for a good cause, Ronald McDonald House at Westmead, to help families stay together whilst receiving treatment. 

Dance for Sick Kids is a fantastic initiative that combines the joy of dance with fundraising for a worthy cause. This week-long challenge, held annually during National Families Week, invites people of all ages and abilities to get grooving.

Whether you’re a seasoned dancer or have two left feet, there’s a challenge for you! Choose your level of participation, register online, and then spread the word to get sponsored by friends and family. It’s a fun way to get active, support Ronald McDonald House Charities, and put a smile on the faces of brave children and their families.

If you would like to help Cienna and Saige burst through their goal, do so via the following link: