Project Dance is a student group that wants to “empower individuals through original and energetic dance fitness” classes. They meet on Tuesdays at 7:15 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Classes run for 50 minutes and are open to people of all levels and ages. Project Dance’s first class is on Tuesday, October 8th at 5 p.m. (note that this is different from its usual class times) and if you “like” Project Dance on Facebook, you get to go to the first class for free!
Project Dance allows you to focus on your fitness all while you’re actively making a difference! Project Dance has two components: dancing, of course; and making the world a better place through its unique charity component. The five-dollar per-class fee will go to the following three charities: Campaign for Female Education, American Jewish World Service’s Gender Campaign, or Women’s Center of Rhode Island. And the coolest part? Each participant chooses to which of the three organizations his or her fee is donated. Now you can dance for 50 minutes, improve your fitness, and donate to charity!
Classes take place at Brown RISD Hillel (80 Brown Street), and you can find the Facebook event for the first class here.