Non-Profit Plans to Raise Money for Families with Children Battling Cancer

A Healing Grace non-profit is excited to announce on June 1, 2019 from 6:00pm-9:00pm, they will hold a Community Dance-a-thon at the Lexington Leisure Center Gymnasium.

The Community Dance-a-thon will be a public event where all proceeds will benefit A Healing Grace, helping local families that have a child battling cancer. A Healing Grace’s Mission Statement is: Healing families with grace and faithfulness through God. The Community Dance-a-thon will be a great event supporting an amazing cause with music, food, and more.

Come and enjoy music brought to you by DJ Amy & Chip. There will be dancing, games, prizes, & all ages having fun for a good cause!

Come dance in the dark with disco lights, glow sticks, and your favorite tunes! Create lasting memories with your children, friends, and neighbors while supporting childhood cancer families.

Pizza, popcorn, shaved ice, ice cream, and more will be available to indulge in. Games, photo booth, silent auction, and more will keep everyone entertained between dancing.

Children under 5 are free but must be accompanied by a registered adult. Register at: to participate. You can fundraise your way into the event or purchase a ticket. Visit the registration page for details.

Summer Saturdays are for making memories. Plan this with your entire family and start this summer off with a rocking good time!

A Healing Grace: A Healing Grace is a non-profit organization that helps families adjust to life after a child close to them has been diagnosed with cancer. A Healing Grace is also an advocate for the advancement of childhood cancer treatment options and wants to inspire our world to take
actions against childhood cancer. If you have a child battling cancer, you know someone with a child in treatment, or just want to learn more about this organization please visit:

About Lily Grace: 12-year-old Lilly Grace Broughton, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in September of 2015, inspired a Healing Grace. She received various treatments at St. Jude’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. In May of 2016, Lilly was deemed NED (no evidence of disease) and returns to the hospital every six months for scans. Lilly continues to receive various therapies at home to further her recovery. Through everything young Lilly has continued to have a heart of gold and a passion for helping other children and families who are dealing with cancer. In honor of her fight, her aunt created the organization, A Healing Grace, in hopes of giving back to the many families in the community who are facing similar battles. Lilly Grace spends time helping with fundraisers and raising awareness routinely and she and her family will continue to spread awareness of childhood cancer.

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