Our goals as a club of Queen’s University is to raise money for CF Canada and help improve the quality of life for those
affected by Cystic Fibrosis (CF). We came together in April 2015 with the idea of running fundraisers across Canada to raise
money and awareness for individuals affected by CF. Our fundamental goal is to inspire others to follow our lead, and start their own events in the local community to make a difference in the lives of those with CF. Our club is unique because dance
fundraisers like Dancerama have never been used as a means of fundraising for CF at Queen’s University. We understand that
one show is not going to be enough to make a substantial contribution for CF research; this is why our unique mandate was
created. If we can inspire five other people to create events and then their events motivates even more people to get involved;
our show would definitely be a worthwhile contribution to CF Canada.
Our club raises money and awareness for the disease Cystic Fibrosis and those affected by it. Our goal is to also bring the
Kingston and Queen’s community together by holding an annual Dancerama fundraiser. Dancerama was established in the
summer of 2015 by four Queen’s students wanting to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Dancerama is a day
long event/dance recital. There are choreographed routines, guest speakers, and activities involved in raising money and
awareness for the disease. If ratified as a club, we plan on running numerous smaller fundraising events in addition to our
main Dancerama event to get the Kingston and Queen’s community involved in helping thos affected by Cystic Fibrosis!