Dance Unite: A 4-hour Dance Marathon for a Cause
One united move & groove to help raise funds for the rebuilding of Yolanda‐stricken areas.
In honor of the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) and to ensure our continuous support for their rehabilitation, Lifeline Foundation Support Team Inc and Food for the Hungry held a 4‐hour Dance Marathon called Dance Unite! on November 22, 2014 at the Quirino Grandstand.
Hundreds of people came and danced the night away—families, individuals, groups of friends, co‐workers, policemen and women, artists, students, youngsters and oldies came out and grooved their hearts out for four hours of disco, zumba, hiphop, techno and more. The joy and the energy filled all of Quirino Grandstand and spilled over into Luneta.
Everyone loved the idea of dancing for a cause. The fact that proceeds from Dance Unite! will go toward the education, livelihood and community projects of Food for the Hungry and Lifeline Foundation for Yolanda survivors in Leyte, Samar and Iloilo was enough to motivate so many to come out and support Dance Unite!
“It was overwhelming to see a sea of people dancing for a cause. We want to thank everyone for coming anddancing with us so we can raise more funds for our initiatives in Yolanda stricken areas!” says Judy Jamolangue ofLifeline Foundation, who is the Project Director of Dance Unite.
Dance Unite was made possible by: CarbTrim, Freshman, Chooks to Go, Juiced and Wrapped Ideas, Gerry’s Grill, Wong Chu King, Aquabest, IWMPH, Chris Sports, Guhit Kamay, The Cream Factory, Saforelle, O Leigh Nail Spa, City Garden Hotel, LMC Logistics, Manila Ocean Park, Development Academy of the Philippines, 4.0 Events Management, Skyflakes, Medicard Foundation, 101.7 Energy FM, DZAS 702, Inquirer.net, Pinoy Fitness, When in Manila.com. And a special thank you goes out to all our dance instructors, DJ Inan X Perillo, Bounce Electronic Music & DJ School, NCR‐PO Fitness Instructors, JPC Audio Rentals, Manila City Hall, and the National Parks Development Committee.