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Dance event raises domestic violence awareness

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Shimmy Mob is excited to announce the 2023 worldwide dance event happening Saturday May 13th, which brings together volunteer teams from around the world to dance to the same song on the same day, all while wearing the same style t-shirt and raising awareness about domestic violence prevention and education.

The 2023 Shimmy Mob  dance event aims to bring people together to show their support for domestic violence prevention and healing from abuse, and to raise funds for local domestic violence shelters. The event is open to anyone who wants to join a volunteer team and dance for a cause, and it is a great opportunity for people to get involved and make a difference in their community.

"We are excited to bring people together through dance and to raise awareness about an important issue that affects so many people," said Francesca Anastasi (aka Sabeya), founder of Shimmy Mob. "By participating in this event, people

show their support for domestic violence prevention and help raise funds for local shelters and support services."

To learn more about the Shimmy Mob worldwide dance event and how to join a volunteer team, visit ShimmyMob.com  or follow us on social media at @shimmymob on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Contact: Donna Pesce-Matthews

1059 Carrie Lynn Drive 

Manning, SC 29102

Facebook/Shimmy Mob of Manning 803-410-6892

Dancing for a Cause: Worldwide Dance Event Raises Awareness about Domestic Violence Prevention and Support

Manning, SC-Shimmy Mob is excited to announce the 2023 worldwide dance event happening Saturday May 13th, which brings together volunteer teams from around the world to dance to the same song on the same day, all while wearing the same style t-shirt and raising awareness about domestic violence prevention and education.

The 2023 Shimmy Mob  dance event aims to bring people together to show their support for domestic violence prevention and healing from abuse, and to raise funds for local domestic violence shelters. The event is open to anyone who wants to join a volunteer team and dance for a cause, and it is a great opportunity for people to get involved and make a difference in their community.

"We are excited to bring people together through dance and to raise awareness about an important issue that affects so many people," said Francesca Anastasi (aka Sabeya), founder of Shimmy Mob. "By participating in this event, people can show their support for domestic violence prevention and help raise funds for local shelters and support services."

To learn more about the Shimmy Mob worldwide dance event and how to join a volunteer team, visit ShimmyMob.com  or follow us on social media at @shimmymob on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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