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Israel, Jerusalem: Dance for Kindness 2019

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DANCE FOR KINDNESS: A GLOBAL KINDNESS FLASHMOB
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Featuring The Shalva Band להקת שלוה, Kosha Dillz and DJ Ramzi!

Kickoff World Kindness week with this amazing experience.

8th Annual Dance for Kindness – November 8th | י׳ חשון

One Day. One Dance. One Heart. Join 20,000 people and Dance for Kindness.

It all starts on 10 Cheshvan, November 8, with groups from around the world combining their power of infuse kindness into the world!

Don’t miss out! Take part in the event right here in Jerusalem at the First Station!

****PLEASE SIGN UP at this link: www.danceforkindness.com/register****

**Event Breakdown**
8:00-9:00am: Registration
9am-11am: Ice Breaker (Building Community) + Speeches + Dance Rehearsal (Location: Ginot Hair)

11:00-12:30pm: Kindness Fair + DJ Ramzi + Art Installation (Location: First Station)

12:30pm: FreezeMob/ FlashMob Performance

12:45-1:00pm: Speeches and Unveiling of Art Installation

1-2pm: Concert and Celebration – The Shalva Band

Keep the inspiration growing with two powerful tools free to all participants:
1. Daily Kind: a 30-second read to kickstart your day with kindness

2. A monthly on-line issue of the Kindness Flash

This event is sponsored by The American Embassy, Schusterman Foundation, HP

Partners include: El Halev, The Eckstein Fund, Emunah, Beasher Telchi, WIZO, Gift of Life, מבוי סתום, מרכז הסיוע לנפגעי ונפגעות אלימות מינית בירושלים,המחלקה לקידום נשים בעירית ירושלים

In preparation for the event, PRACTICE THE DANCE STEPS and LEARN THE WORLDWIDE ANTHEM by Yaakov Shwekey. To receive the dance and song, you’ll need to sign up on the website www.danceforkindness.com/register.

Check out last year’s Jerusalem video: https://youtu.be/KzZm8DhlDjs
Check out our WorldWide Montage video: https://youtu.be/np3ivQ5p4LY

www.danceforkindness.com

This event was made possible through the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation’s Grassroots Events program.

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