Dance To Give

The one-of-a-kind fundraising event for high school and college students is sure to get your students up on their feet! This student-led event brings the school community together to dance, fundraise and impact the lives of all the families and patients at Norton Children’s Hospital. Have a blast while playing games, hearing from patient families and, of course, dancing!

Interested in bringing a dancing fundraiser to your school? Contact the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation  today.

Dance Fundraisers

Bellarmine University Dance Marathon

November  8, 2019
Bellarmine University
Frazer Hall
Louisville, Kentucky

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