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Option 3: Donate to a specific fund
In memory/honor of Diana Domoracki-Kisto, a veteran K-12 dance educator and former MFL instructor on Staten Island, this Fund will help train dance educators and performers to teach MFL classes and develop programming on Staten Island.
Named after Martha Myers, winner of the 2014 Caring Advocate for Recovery Through the Arts (CARA) Award, and American Dance Festival Dean Emeritus, this scholarship will support transitioning choreographers and dancers who wish to receive MFL Instructor Certification.
This fund is dedicated to Nadea Butler Middleton, who passed from ovarian cancer. Funds will help develop and deliver programming that serves women with ovarian cancer, men with testicular or prostate cancer, and any person with any type of advanced-stage cancer.
Option 4: Donate by mail with printable donation form (recommended for honor/memory gifts)
Option 5: Donate by phone with credit card

THE POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR

$5,000
Pays for a full set of services in an underserved neighborhood
(3 free lectures, a weekly exercise class, 6 wellness support groups & 20 DVDs for agencies and group leaders)

$3,000
Educates an MFL Certified Instructor/Cancer Specialist who will reach hundreds of patients

$1,000
Ensures a season of workouts in one neighborhood
Brings a lecture and sample class to a support group

$500
Pays for postcards about the importance of exercise in cancer recovery & MFL's free services

$250
Helps with organizing & implementing MFL's introductory lecture:
The Importance of Exercise in Recovery, first developed by Dr. Martha Eddy

$100
Provides MFL T-Shirts for the Dance Parade!