How one woman places her passion at the service of the most vulnerable
She began to teach dance, and realized that it could be her real mission. She founded “Born Dancing,” a dance program for young people who have mental or physical disabilities or who are socially disadvantaged.
“The experience we offer isn’t just about dance; it opens the eyes of your mind,” she said.
Her attitude is not only applicable to dance; in any area where we see a need, we can give whatever we have to offer as a service.
“With this mentality,” she said, “you can change the world.”
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