DAZL provides FREE provision for looked after children
DAZL is proud and excited to announce we received funding from The Leeds Community Foundation -Looked after children’s fund to enable these young people to access dance provision across Leeds free of charge. We are also enabling a selected few Looked After Children to gain there Level 1 Dance Leaders Qualification and gain experiance in leadership part of the DAZL Young Dance Leaders Program.
The funding will provide looked after children/ young carers with FREE dance opportunities through the weekly DAZL Citywide Community dance program. http://www.dev.dazl.org/dance-classes-groups-leeds/ just click on this link, find a class near you and use code #LCD
DAZL continues partnership with MaxCard
So what is the Max Card? The Max Card is a discount card for foster families and families of children with additional needs. Families simply show their Max Card upon entry to a venue in order to obtain free or discounted admission. The scheme is designed to help these families save money on great days out at castles, zoos, bowling alleys and more. MaxCard aim to provide a sense of community through stimulating learning experiences and enjoyable days out for everyone. MaxCard work with local authorities and selected charities, who administer the cards to eligible families in their areas. http://www.mymaxcard.co.uk/ Our message to MaxCard users is to Try a DAZL dance session, classes across Leeds for anyone aged 3 -19 years and 25 years with a disability. We’re here to make sure you have fun even if you’ve never danced before. Express yourself, you’ll have a great time make new friends, not to mention keeping fit whilst filling you with confidence, improving your health and well-being! If young people have a max card they can access our community provision for FREE and our competitive dance provision will be charged at £1. Young people can also access holiday activity for FREE too but must book on as places can be limited.