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Dancers Making A Difference

Organized by Dance Progressions
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Next Level Tri-Blend T-shirt

Buy a shirt, do a little dance, for pediatric cancer research and awareness!

All funds raised will go directly to SOPHIAS FUND INC
$700 raised
90 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
Next Level Tri-Blend T-shirt, Unisex - Vintage Black
Next Level Tri-Blend T-shirt
Unisex - Vintage Black
Organized by Dance Progressions

About this campaign

DMD 2023!! We are made up of dance studios in New Hampshire and Massachusetts who are working together to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer research. This group is taking their love of dance and using it to support others! We love that our students are taking the time an energy to potentially help other children!

If a shirt is not for you we also appreciate donations in any denomination :)

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Dancers Making A Difference is a charity concert to benefit local community groups in need. The concert allows the dancers as well as local dance studios to perform and give back to their community through their talents. Dancers Making A Difference has donated over $80,000 to local causes over the past twenty years. This year DMD is supporting Sophia's Fund!

Our mission at Sophia's Fund is derived from a simple question, "What would Sophie want?" Sophia's Fund is dedicated to helping families in their crusade against cancer; either financially or otherwise. We assist with life changes; raising awareness to gain greater support in the local and national communities; and ultimately strive to allow families to focus their energy on the battle.

Sophia was just under two years old when she was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma on August 14, 2002. Sophia received five rounds of chemotherapy, surgery to remove the tumor in her abdomen, two autologus stem cell transplants, radiation to her tumor sight and her orbits, experimental antibody treatment at Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in NYC, and 6 months of accutane (cys-retinoic acid).

She was finally off treatment in December 2003.

Sadly, Sophia relapsed in March 2004 with several lesions in both legs. She had six rounds of various types of chemotherapy and had an Allogeneic Bone Marrow transplant the first week of September 2004 in hopes to save her life. She tragically lost her battle with this awful disease on December 23, 2004.

The enormity of childhood cancer cannot be known until one goes through this ordeal. From a parent needing to leave work to care for their child, to other siblings dealing with the trauma of having a brother or sister with a life threatening disease. The need for support is great, and Sophia’s Fund strives to do that even in the smallest of ways.


Daniele Cunha 2 items
Abby Dube 1 item
Lila Hughes 1 item
Kaitlyn Strong 2 items
Shawna Swanfeldt 1 item
Julia Adrien 1 item
Natalia Resiak 1 item
Christy Castro 2 items
Kendall Grant 1 item
Isabelle Morin 1 item


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