11th March 2018 the fabulous North West LDF team came together to host another LDF fundraising event.
With workshops from Hazel Pace, Alexis Strong, Alan Birchall, Jacqui Jax plus Claire Rutter, Sandra Speck, David Morgan, Pat Stott.
Music provided by Paul Bailey and the DJ set from Steve Rutter.
When Nunik Susanto from Jakarta celebrated her birthday in 2018 she asked her family and friends NOT to buy her gifts but to make a donation to the LDF instead.
Nunik from the Universal Line Dance (DKI) group in Jakarta visited London in June 2018. She then took the time to come to Liverpool to present £1,000 whcih was raised for the LDF.
Thank you Nunik and all your lovely dancers from Universal Line Dance (DKI) in Jakarta, friends and family for being so generous.
In August 2018 Marlene Brummond and her Silver Liners Dance Association donated £895.58. The Silver Liners danced for pleasure and to promote healthy living through dance. Sadly the group had to disband recently so they shared their funds between their local Meals on Wheels service, a Senior Citizens Centre and the Line Dance Foundation.
Thank you to Rosie Multari for carrying her LDF bag to an event when Marlene spotted it and asked what the LDF was all about.
Rebecca Lee and her team - Philip Sobrielo, David Hoyn and Guilliame Richard rasied RM3K for the Foundation during Rebecca's party on the 24th November 2018 in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
Rafel and Arianda Corbi Viella and their dancers at the Costa Brava Line Dance Festiva in 2017. Proudly wearing their beautiful hand-made blue LDF hearts and dancing "Don't Go" while raising money for the LDF.
As John Grrowler Rowell said "LDF need's more people like you around the world" Thank you for all you do to support the LDF.
The Zip It Team raised over £8,000 for the Foundation by daring to take part in the first LDF Extreme Challange.
It was an exciting and memorable day at Zip World in North Wales where the dancers zipped along the fastest Zip Wire in the World and rode the Fforest Coaster Ride.
Thanks to Helen O'Malley for organising the event and all those who took the challenge - the day was a huge success. Thanks also to everyone who took part and all their freinds and family who kindly sponsored them.
We're all looking forward to next challene in 2019.
LOOSE CHANCE COLLECTION: Collecting loose change from your classes each November is a great way to help the LDF raise money.
Just place collection boxes in handy places and encourage everyone to donate their loose change during the month. It soon mounts up.
Shout about it at your events, clubs and classes, workplaces and at home too.
Every November please ask all your family and friends to empty their pockets and purses of loose change and donate it to the LDF.
• England, October 2017
Huge thanks to Dave Morgan and Paul O’Connor (pictured) and all the dancers who helped raise £170 for the LDF at the October Ogre Line Dance Social on Saturday 21st October 2017.
Paul and Dave hosted the event at the Lydiate Parish Hall near Liverpool. They are great supporters of the LDF and we are really grateful for their continued help.
• Canada, October 2017
Vivienne is a renowned dance teacher and choreographer from Canada. She is also an Ambassador and member of the Grant Consideration Committee for the Line Dance Foundation.
Each year Vivienne and her dancers hold a social called “Let The Good Times Roll” to raise money for good caused.
This year they were celebrating the 15 year anniversary but they also commiserating with each other as this was to be the last one.
As always, they had a great time and Vivienne said dancers in Canada are getting to know what the LDF is all about and they are delighted to make a £175 donation to the fund.
Well done dancers - thank you for your support.
Congratulations Vivienne - it is good to know you are taking more time for yourself and your family.
• June 2017
Congratulations to Anette Paulsen from Norway who is the lucky winner of the recent L.DF competition. Anette wins two VIP places for next year’s Crystal Boot Awards in Blackpool which includes being treated to the best seats in the house.
Huge thanks to everyone who took part in the competition. It raised £540 for the Line Dance Foundation.
Thanks also to Lucinda Cranham, Jackie Marshall, Lin McNeil and Sharon Hutchings, for donating a free place which enabled this competition.
Picture shows Anette Paulsen (left) and Grete Nyhus.
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