Charity of Choice

We are very excited to be partnering with the Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta.  We believe strongly in their “Dance Without Limits” program which allows children with disabilities to truly feel like ballerinas.

A portion of the Admission for families/spectators to attend our DanceStrong festival will be donated to the Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta, along with a portion of all our adult entry fees.

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta

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The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta’s Dance Without Limits program provides children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities the opportunity to express themselves and dance without limits.

The dancers movements may not reflect the traditional prima ballerina. There are no leaps, no perfect pirouettes, and no shallow curtsies. Many of the children cannot walk or stand. However they can and do dance.

What makes this program so unique is that the children are able to leave their braces, crutches and wheelchairs to the side and experience the freedom of movement; their challenges are turned into beautiful dance routine.

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA)

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Who We Are

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) is a registered non-profit organization who collaborates with others in the disability community to enrich the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Advocating, promoting awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities helps to build a strong supportive community where individuals with cerebral palsy (CP) and other disabilities can flourish.

If you or someone you know are interested in learning more about Dance Without Limits please contact: Kimberly at 780-733-0246 or kimberly@cpalberta.com. To learn more about the CPAA visit our website at www.cpalberta.com

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta’s Dance Without Limits program provides children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities the opportunity to express themselves and dance without limits.

The dancers movements may not reflect the traditional prima ballerina. There are no leaps, no perfect pirouettes, and no shallow curtsies. Many of the children cannot walk or stand. However they can and do dance.

What makes this program so unique is that the children are able to leave their braces, crutches and wheelchairs to the side and experience the freedom of movement; their challenges are turned into beautiful dance routine.