Halton Dance Party hosted by Stephanie and Dorothy, produces and hosts great monthly dances at the Knights of Columbus in Oakville, Ontario. With music from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and beyond, attendees rock out, have fun and help support a variety of Halton charities. Stephanie and Dorothy’s goal was to create fun events while at the same time making positive contributions to the Halton community by sponsoring different charities quarterly. As of December 2017, almost $11,000 has been raised for several different charities.
The Halloween Dance Party in October 2016 supported Carpenter Hospice in Burlington. Here’s a photo of Stephanie and Dorothy presenting a cheque on behalf of Halton Dance Party to Carpenter Hospice.
In December 2016 Halton Dance Party supported the Oakville Firefighters Association Toy Drive which funds toys for children in need. Here’s a photo of the Oakville Firefighter’s cheque presentation.
On January 7th 2017, Halton Dance Party hosted a dance in support of Food For Life . Here’s Stephanie and Dorothy presenting a cheque to Executive Director Brenda Hadju at Food For Life.
In February 2017, Stephanie and Dorothy presented a cheque to Donna Bedell, the Area Manager of the Heart and Stroke Foundation Halton following the Paint the Town Red dance party.
In March 2017, Stephanie and Dorothy were pleased to provide a cheque to the Lions Foundation Dog Guides Program on behalf of attendees at the dance.
In April 2017, Dorthy and Steph presented a cheque to Acclaim Health in support of their community programs on behalf of attendees at the Spring Fling dance.
In June 2017, Dorothy and Stephanie presented a cheque to the Oakville and Milton Humane Society of behalf of all the attendees at our June 3rd dance.
In July 2017, Dorothy and Stephanie presented a cheque to Dr Flavia Ceschin of Heartache to Hope on behalf of attendees at the July dance.
In September 2017, Dorothy and Stephanie presented a cheque to Habitat for Humanity Halton Mississauga on behalf of attendees at September’s dance.
In December 2017, over $1900 was donated to the Oakville Firefighters Toy Drive. This donation purchased gifts for over 200 children in Halton.