Join us for our Dance-a-thon! Thursday 9th June 10am – 5pm At UCLan Dance Studio ME020, The Media Factory, Kirkham St, Preston PR1 1JN   Get moving, have a good time and raise money for charity!   We want to change the way that people think about learning disability. Instead of focusing on disability, we…

As Easter approaches, our sessions will be taking break for two weeks. Why not use the extra time you have on your hands to do some Easter fundraising?   Spring is a great time to get out into your community and talk to people about your favourite charity. The sun is (hopefully!) shining, the daffodils…

DanceSyndrome has a unique job opportunity for an experienced Fundraising and Grants Project Manager to join our close-knit team. This is a part-time role (16 hours per week) based in the North-West with flexibility for both office and home working.   The Fundraising and Grants Project Manager will join the Managing Director, Artistic Director and…

Small charities like DanceSyndrome are facing huge challenges as we continue to adapt to the changes brought about by the pandemic. Fundraising is now more important than ever to maintain our much needed services and we need your help! Could you be our next Fundraiser of the Month? Have you got an amazing fundraising idea…

  The DanceSyndrome team would like to thank the many businesses who have supported our Gala Dinner in October.   Special thanks must got to Cheerdance UK, Pink Link Ladies and The Civic Arts Centre & Theatre for their generous sponsorship of the event. Without their support we would not be able to make the…

A local teenager is fundraising for charity this summer, despite having had recent surgery to correct scoliosis, a curvature of the spine. Teegan Chilton is 15 years old from Barley, Lancashire. She is fundraising for DanceSyndrome’s “We like to Move It Move It” campaign, which encourages people to stay active during the pandemic and turn…

A national organisation supporting mental health charities has chosen to boost the fundraising efforts of DanceSyndrome as we plan for our future in the changing post-pandemic world.   MAKEITBLUE CIC is a non-profit company dedicated to raising funds for mental health charities. Formed by a group of live events professionals, they work on arts, entertainment…

Christopher Reid is 24 years old, from East London. He is a keen athlete who hopes to represent Team GB in the next Paralympic games in 400m and 800m running events. Christopher has a learning disability and has had mental health difficulties in the past and he blogs about his experiences to raise awareness and…

We all need to keep moving during lockdown, why not fundraise while you do it? Whether it’s through sponsored dancing, walking, running or swimming, we need your help to continue to change the lives of people with learning disabilities through dance.   Throughout the pandemic, DanceSyndrome has worked hard to keep people moving and keep…

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