Dance for  Cures is a fun event that  raises awareness for cancer prevention, but it will also help support the Colors for Cures fundraising efforts. The DFC event will feature numerous well known names from Wayne County who are cancer survivors. They will be paired with dancers and instructed by the teachers at Top Hat Ballroom Dance Studio. They will participate in an original show "The Leaf that Would Not Change" on November 7, 2015 at the Walnut Creek Country Club. You will also be able to make a donation and vote for your favorite dancer at the show .  Cocktails are at 6pm and dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and will feature a cash bar. The show will start promptly at 7:45pm with special guests.

 If you'd be interested in helping, please contact Joy Williams at 919.920.3658 or Patti Troy at 919.736.3500.

About Southeastern Cancer Care
Southeastern Cancer Care is a support organization for cancer patients and their families in eastern North Carolina. Southeastern Cancer Care exists to assist cancer patients and their families with basic living (food, utilities, required transportation); emotional encouragement (support groups, prosthetics/wigs, volunteer opportunities) and assistance with cancer care (financial assistance for treatments, prescriptions). These services will be provided through fund raising efforts such as: sponsorships in a memorial garden, athletic events such as walks/runs, general donations, grants and general underwriting

Heritage Dance Foundation®  is a 501 (C) [3] organization that seeks to promote the international art of ballroom dancing by encouraging opportunities for dance education and cultivating excellence within the performing and visual arts.


The Heritage Dance Foundation is the largest non profit, independent organization of its type in the United States and continues to assist various professionals, amateurs, and organizers in granting scholarship funds  for competition ballroom dancing as well as other related areas in the performing and visual arts throughout the country.