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A little more about us

First organised in 2013, We Will Dance is Singapore’s first 10-hour charity dance marathon. This year, we will be focusing on raising funds for educational causes. Besides the USP Student Assistance Fund, We Will Dance 2016 is looking to support institutions involved in educational-related causes, namely - Autism Association (Singapore) and SPD (formerly Society for the Physically Disabled).

 
 
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“We Will Dance 2019” is a three month long community engagement effort . Through dance, we seek to empower the clients served by our community partner and promote a spirit of inclusiveness within Singapore! Our efforts include both dance sessions and a 10 hour dance marathon!

 
 

Dance Sessions

Spreading the joy of dance!

Students from secondary and pre-tertiary educational institutions will be invited to dance alongside our community partners at our partnered dance studios.  Dance sessions with our community partners are conducted by artists of the local dance scene. Catered specifically to the needs of the community partners, these sessions bring the joy of dancing and an alternative fun-filled workout right to our community partners' doorsteps. Student volunteers will also be actively involved in the dance sessions, thus creating meaningful interactions between the younger generation and our community partners' clients through dance.

 
 

dance marathon

The fun wouldn't be completed without a carnival! 

The marathon is a public fundraiser, where profits will be donated to the community partners. After having attended pre-event dance clinics, the beneficiaries will also be invited to take part in the dance marathon and dance alongside members of the public. Accompanying the dance marathon is a carnival supported by various secondary schools, tertiary institutions, and our community partners. The carnival will be offering consumables and activities, serving as a concurrent source of entertainment and refreshment for marathon participants. It also serves as an alternative medium for both marathon participants and student volunteers to contribute to the fundraising efforts.