Diversity | Street Dance For Change





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Uploaded on Sep 23, 2011

http://bit.ly/DanceLikeDiversity - Check out Diversity as you have never seen them before in our brand new Street Dance for Change video. Like or Share the Diversity Street Dance for Change video with your friends via our facebook page http://on.fb.me/qpVKdN

Have you got the moves? Record your own 30 second street dance video and share it with your friends. Not only will Aviva donate £2 to Railway Children every time it's viewed, the most viewed videos will be in with a chance to win tickets to Diversity's 2012 tour and meet Diversity themselves.

Find out how to join in and get tips from Diversity http://bit.ly/DanceLikeDiversity

You'll also help us make a difference for kids at risk on UK streets. Railway Children fights for vulnerable children who are alone and at risk on the streets, where they suffer abuse and exploitation. In the UK, this is a hidden issue that most people don't even know exists. Every year 100,000 under 16s run away or are forced to leave their homes where they suffer poverty, violence, abuse and neglect. Some find themselves living on the streets because there's nowhere else to go and no one left to turn to. But, sadly, the dangers they face on the streets are often even worse than those they endure at home.

You can help change the story for them. Like or Share the Diversity Street Dance for Change video with your friends and upload your own street dance video. For every view of your own street dance video, Aviva will donate £2 directly to Railway Children*.

* Aviva will donate £2 to Railway Children for every 'view' of an uploaded competition entry video on the 'Street Dance for Change' tab, and every 'Like' of the 'Support Railway Children' tab up to a maximum of £100,000.


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