(Jan. 16, 2014) – Leesburg’s Heritage High School will shine bright on Saturday, January 25, 2014, at 7 p.m., when local dancers from Chantilly, Ashburn, and South Riding’s Creative Dance Center give back and perform to benefit the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter and the Teri and Shari Malone Foundation. Creative Dance Center’s Award Winning Competition Team, Performing Troupe, and All Stars unite for one evening to celebrate life, youth, and the love of dance.
Last year’s sellout, standing room only 3rd Annual Winter Benefit raised over $7,000 in one night for the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter and the Teri and Shari Malone Foundation. Help us top that amount this year buy purchasing your seats now. With limited general admission seating available at only $20, tickets will surely go fast.
To purchase tickets, visit any of Creative Dance Center’s studios or purchase safely online now at http://www.ipayouth.org/shop.html. For more information on how you may support the cause, call CDC at (703) 378-1800 or visit us on the web at http://www.CDCdance.com.
2014 Winter Benefit
- January 25th, 2014, at 7:00PM
- Heritage High School
- 520 Evergreen Mills Road SE
- Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Housed in the esteemed Creative Dance Center studios, the Institute of Performing Arts for Youth, IPA Youth, brings dreams alive through dance! From providing full-scale theatrical venue performance and expert choreographic experiences to funding outreach programs for seniors and preschoolers, IPA Youth enlivens, encourages and educates the youth of Northern Virginia.
Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, also known as Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice, is a private nonprofit in Loudoun County, Virginia. LAWS is a dual agency, serving both domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. LAWS seeks to empower survivors of interpersonal violence so that they may live lives free from fear, anxiety, and danger. All of LAWS services are free and confidential.
The Teri and Shari Malone Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing and developing the talents of selected eighth grade students from Loudoun County schools through scholarship grants. The Foundation is committed to remembering a talented set of twins who tragically lost their lives shortly after finishing their eighth grade year in school. Friends of the family established this Foundation to honor the girls in 1991.