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Closed 08/12/2016

£15raised of £500 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £15 to go to New York

    Airdrie, United Kingdom
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    Funded on Thursday, 8th December 2016

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    I am fundraising money to go to New York in April 2017 with the Scottish ballet company as part of their youth exchange project. In New York I will be taking classes with companies such as...New York city ballet, Alvin Ailey, broadway dance centre. I will also go to tisch university and train with them for two weeks to put a performance together to perform it in New York. This experience for me as a dancer is a one in a life time opportunity and I feel this would help me gain so much more confidence, gain so much more experience and further my knowledge in dance. As a dancer this will help me with my career a lot. I'm not asking for a lot but a small donation towards this will go a long way! This money will
    Cover all of my costs for New York. Hopefully you see this and donate! :)

    Thanks, izzy X



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      • Morgan Irwin

        Morgan Irwin

        Nov 28, 2016

        Good luck xx


      • Rebecca Forrester

        Rebecca Forrester

        Nov 10, 2016


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      Isobel Mccluskey

      Isobel Mccluskey

      Airdrie, United Kingdom

      please help me raise money to go to New York to further my career in dance! every little helps :)

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