October 7, 2010 by Post Team
Dayana Mendoza, Baila Society fall showcase of dance “Bailando Por Una Causa” a night of dancing to benefit the Latin American Commission on AIDS has raised more than money for the Latin American, it raised awareness about the epidemic HIV / AIDS in Latino communities across the country.
From ticket sales goes to the Commission.
“We are honored to collaborate with society and Baila Peridance for this special event,” said Guillermo Chacon, president of the Latin American Commission on AIDS. “Bailando Por Una Causa is a sign of hope, energy, support and passion to continue our prevention and education of HIV / AIDS in our communities, and we are grateful to Baila Society to conduct this beautiful night of dancing for a good cause. ”
The more than 300 guests, in collaboration with Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza and Carlos Santos MTV Tr3s, were entertained by various dance styles including Salsa, Tango, African, flamenco and hip-hop, and an after party at The Fonda Boricua Lounge, which featured live music by Spanglish Fly. More important, however, the guests took part in fundraising and attracting attention to the important work of the Commission in the fight against HIV / AIDS in communities of color through their programming and efforts awareness.
For more information about the event or the Latin American Commission on AIDS, please visit: www.latinoaids.org firstname.lastname@example.org or email.
ABOUT THE LATINO COMMISSION ON AIDS
The Latino Commission on AIDS is a nonprofit organization founded in 1990 members dedicated to the fight against the spread of HIV / AIDS in the Latino / Hispanic communities. The Commission is the leading national Latino AIDS organization coordinating National Latino AIDS Awareness Day and other prevention education programs in over 40 states and Puerto Rico. The Commission raises funds through its Cielo Latino annual fundraiser. For more information: www.latinoaids.org / bailando.
BAILA Society (VASO) dependent NY Salsa in New York and around the world. Teaching beginners and professional dancers, classes include footwork, Partnerwork style / spinning, technical performance, theory of dance music / the Latin culture and history, as well as stretching and conditioning. With the launch of the Academy of line dancing BASO they were the first online dance classes to meet international students and to facilitate the learning process at home and now teaches students from over 47 countries around the world to dance salsa.
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