Dancing4Kids © "Supporting children & promoting arts & culture across borders"
Welcome to Dancing4Kids!
If you are a dancer, musician, entertainer, artist, photographer, humanitarian, media professional, business professional or anyone wishing to volunteer, collaborate, sponsor and/or work with us please sign on to our website. Membership is free and you can create your own unique page to promote your work, business, show your talents and skills and become an active member of a growing network which strives to support children in need around the world. Individuals and groups who have worked or are currently working with us are featured on our website and are occasionally promoted/introduced to new opportunities through our network. We thank our friends for their continued support and welcome our new members into the exciting world of Dancing4Kids!
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February 2015 - Joined BBCJ talk on Sustainability by Unilever's Paul Pollman.
This Paul Polman (CEO of Unilever) last night at BCCJ talking about sustainability. If we could multiply this man into a billion people I would. What’s been devastating our global economic growth leaving many people hungry while a tiny minority enjoys mega affluence is the mere sense of purpose in business and beyond. In business, when the common good becomes its mission and an inherent part of its model, when the CEO/leader is a “good” human being with a clear sense of purpose who doesn’t know it all but knows well who to work with and how, when business transparency becomes a way of trust, dignity and responsibility rather than worry and anxiety, when products and services produced create cultures of wellbeing and growth, when success is measured through long term goals that change the world for the better rather than quarterly profits that serve the share holders, when inclusion and diversity creates a mosaic of teams bursting in talent, sharing the trust and the common mission to do good, when a dive into the unknown becomes a journey towards change, a learning process and a challenge that fears no short term failures but embraces long term gains, when competition is not about existing on the expense of others but about thriving to nurture, embrace, serve and respect humanity and our world … this to us is the realisation of a dream of what we thought was lost.. It's when you use the power you're given and turn it into a waterfall of hope and light reaching every corner of the world.. This is what Paul does.. and we respect!
December 2014 - Coming soon is our new website D4K PLUS® (Platforms for Learning, Uniting and Sharing) hosting a brand new concept created by us to impact the world!
May 2014 - Dancing4Kids is a great supporter of TEDxTokyo and TED talks because we believe that the world needs new and powerful ideas in order to create change and make our world a better place to be for everyone. On May 5th Chrissi Theodorakakos (founder of Dancing4Kids) led one of the 4 teams volunteered to turn Shibuya red for TEDxTokyo through the biggest flashmob ever to take place at the most famous crossing in Tokyo. Beautiful people, great teamwork, a mission accomplished (hooray!!) and a video in the make. Tune in on May 31st for TEDxTokyo 2014 conference live and check it all out !!
November 2013 - The release of our short documentary "The Ordinary Man"
October 2013 - A busy month with plenty of dancing & art !!
"Dancing e-motions" by Dancing4Kids
Introducing you to our friends from around the world who danced with us to bring gifts and love to the children and communities we support. "Dancing e-motions" is a dancing chorus where we, our artists/ supporters and the children of Two Sisters dance together to connect and share our love. "Dancing e-motions" flow from Japan to South Africa and back. The show is always on! ;-)
"Art in Motion" fundraiser by Dancing4Kids
On Thursday Oct 17th at Oakwood Premier Tokyo, we had yet another fundraiser, a combination of art (live body paint by french artist Francoise Lions) and dance (children dance for Africa). It was a colorful evening full of energy and joy and we were able to raise ¥50,000 for the children of Two Sisters in South Africa! We thank everyone who supported us!!
July 2013 - Dancing4Kids has become an official member of the International Dance Council of UNESCO !!