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Unitec dancer offered apprenticeship with NZDC

Unitec dancer offered apprenticeship with NZDC - show your support

8 August, 2014

Meet Chris Ofanoa: former New Zealand Dance Company secondee, current Unitec student, and stunning dancer.

We want to offer Chris Ofanoa a full-time apprenticeship with NZDC for 2015. Chris has been chosen from hundreds of applicants as one of only nine individuals to leap forward in a crowdfunding initiative, Spark My Potential.

You can make Chris' dream come true by pledging to this campaign now. Because now (August 8-10), Spark is going to match every dollar that is pledged for Chris!

By clicking the link below and pledging for Chris Ofanoa - you are investing in New Zealand's creative economy and future. You are enabling Chris, a young man, fresh out of training, to shine on the stage and show the world what kind of talent we have here in New Zealand.that a boy from Avondale can dream a dream and it can come true right here in little ol' NZ.

If you all pledge a little, a lot of amazing things could happen for him. The ball is your court. Throw it high. Pledge for Chris and make his future come alive! Click here: http://sparkmypotential.co.nz/project/letchrisdancewithnzdc

Find out more about Chris here (video)! http://goo.gl/aTZsoR


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