The One I Feed – Dance Benefit


the one I feed

This dance event will benefit the Division of Allergy and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and the Arts in our community. This is the second benefit, last year ‘The One I Feed’ successfully raised almost $25,000.00 for food allergy research and donated $630.00 to a local ballet school. As a choreographer and dancer, I have had the opportunity to enlist the support of some of the most renowned dancers and pre-professionals in the area, all of whom are generously donating their time and efforts for this benefit. Please consider donating to and supporting our local artists, studios, and academies as well.

Why the ‘Crossing Cultures’ Theme? Because Food Allergies affect every ethnicity, culture, color, country, age, gender, and socio-economic status. The performance this year is based on a diverse compilation of international dancing and has everything from Bollywood to Contemporary Ballet.

More information: The One I Feed Dance Benefit

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