When you have the resources and the bandwidth of a large community at your fingertips, what do you do? You give back through philanthropy and humanitarian work, and the work Ken-Ya Dream does is a prime example of utilizing what the dance community has, to give to those in need.

What started off as a simple dance showcase hosted by Ken-Ya Dream, became what we now know Ken-Ya Dance to be: an elaborate, 7-year tradition at UCI involving¬†20+ teams from all over¬†California. The best part? All proceeds go towards improving¬†the quality of education for children in Kenya, be it¬†donating books, library repair, or the sponsorship of kids’ education, etc.

Watch the president of Ken-Ya Dream, Ronnie Han, discuss how this non-profit organization began and what they do below! Thanks Ronnie, for giving Steezy your time! 

Follow Ken-Ya Dance on their social media platforms:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ucikenyadream
Twitter: www.twitter.com/kenyadance
Instragram: www.instagram.com/kenyadream

Want to do good? How would you give back to the world through dance? Leave a comment below to let us know! 

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