Moondance gets women of all ages back on the dance floor – and supports charity at the same time
Many women love to dance but after a certain age where do you go other than your kitchen? Moondance aims to change that by encouraging women to run a Moondance in their town/village once a year (or more!) – and at the same time raise money for Breast Cancer Now and any other charity of their choice. To date there have been 34 Moondance events across Scotland raising £69000 to date.
If you might be interested in running your own Moondance, because you love dancing and/or would love to raise money for a charity close to your heart, then we have all the tools to help you. Equally if you would like to attend a Moondance event then view our “Moondance Events” page to find out if there is a Moondance event near you (maybe not many at the moment but with your help we hope to see more Moondances popping up across the country).
“What a great night – and a great, fun way to raise money!”
“Had a fab time – haven’t smiled so much in ages!”
“Still on a high from last night – so uplifting. If only you could bottle that feeling!”
Moondance Edinburgh Our November event at The Hilton Carlton Hotel was another great night and we were delighted to have the Edinburgh Dance Academy perform for us including Ellie Ferguson, winner of the 2019 Greatest Dancer – just amazing!
Moondance Bathgate Our youngest ever Moondance team ran a fantastic event on Sat 31 August, raising an amazing £2894 for Breast Cancer Now and Lymphoma Action – such an amazing effort. Huge congratulations to Claire and her team (and their Mums who were a huge help!)
Moondance Linlithgow on Sat 13 June 2020 at Linlithgow Rugby Club Marquee. Tickets £15 including glass of fizz. Music by Kerry and The Malting Boys.. All proceeds will go to Breast Cancer Now Scotland and and The Breast Unit Oncology at St John’s Hospital.
(For any ticket requests please email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Breast Cancer Now, a charity registered in Scotland (SC045584) and England & Wales (1160558)