For A Smile. For A Life. For A Cure.
UDance, hosted at The University of Delaware, is a year-long effort dedicated to unifying the community while raising awareness for childhood cancer. It culminates in a 12-hour philanthropic dance marathon every March at The Bob Carpenter Center.
We are The University of Delaware’s largest student-run philanthropy, raising millions of dollars over the last nine years to support medical research and financial assistance for families of children with cancer nationwide. Thousands of students, faculty, and community members dance, sing, and perform to raise money for this great cause.
Musicians, celebrities, and politicians join in every year to take a stand against pediatric cancer, but most importantly, the “B+ Heroes”; children who are currently battling cancer or have shown no evidence of disease in the past, participate to truly remind everyone what UDance is all about. Learn More About UDance.
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UDance would be nowhere without our students! Put your dancing shoes on and get involved.
“Thank you so much for this grant! It was a huge help to our family. We need more organizations like UDance who are willing to help families like ours who face financial hardship to take care of our sick child.”- Mother of a 10-year old with cancer
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In honor of B+ Hero Danny, Be The Match is hosting a Bone Marrow Swabbing Drive right here at the University of Delaware! Get swabbed to be a potential donor for children like Danny on Monday, February 19th from 10am - 4pm at STAR Campus AND outside of Perkins. https://t.co/KRq8owo1e5