Blak & Blue Dance Project is a non-profit entity that seeks to produce dance based projects that benefit charitable organizations and/or for educational purposes.


Current Project


Pop-up party: Blak & Blue Dance Project Fundraiser - GAME ON DANCE-LETICS class

Hosted by MNRDF and Partnering with Tae Ryong Taekwondo Brentwood

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It’s a party and everyone is invited! Experience MNRDF’s new sports conditioning and hip hop class, GAME ON DANCE-LETICS! One part athletic training, one part hip-hop, 100% fun!

HIP HOP instructor and collegiate-level basketball player SPENCER RALSTON will show you moves “beyond ‘the floss.”

TAEKWONDO MASTER NICKIE QUAN, of Tae Ryong Taekwondo Brentwood, will lead strength training and conditioning sports exercises.

Admission: is only $25 (donation) per person

All proceeds benefit the non-profit arm of MNRDF, Blak & Blue Dance Project (BBDP). Blak & Blue Dance Project is a non-profit entity that seeks to produce dance based projects that benefit charitable organizations and/or for educational purposes.

In addition to this fun class, there will be a raffle with great prizes, including: Apple AirPods, Karen Lazar Bracelets, Herschel Backpack, Soul Cycle, and more!

Can’t make it to the event? Make a donation online or get raffle tickets! Raffle tickets are $10 each at the event, with special deals online. You don’t need to be present to participate!

Donate in advance: Event tickets purchased online come with a raffle ticket.



Each year MNR DANCE FACTORY creates awareness for and donates a portion of the advertising and ticket sales to a worthy charity. Recital 2019 proceeds will benefit the educational scholarship fund of BLAK & BLUE DANCE PROJECT


Dance for Minds is an empowering initiative to inform and inspire people across the globe to make their cognitive health a priority. Dance for Minds is presented by Maria Shriver and The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement. Blak & Blue Dance Project is partnering with Maria Shriver to raise money, bring information and attention to the importance of caring for our most precious asset: our minds. 

This is part of the three-month fundraising period (starting March 27) to create awareness about brain health and how we can protect our cognitive health with age.


Top 5 reasons to join Dance for Minds.

1. Promote Awareness for Brain Health
2. Create Multi-Generational Family Connections
3. Encourage Philanthropy in Kids, Teens, and your Community. 
4. Raise funds for Alzheimer's Disease Research
5. It's Fun and Rewarding

Get Inspired

Here’s what we will be doing and we hope you will be inspired to join the movement:

  • Start a community inter-generational dance class once a month or maybe just start with one in June

  • Have a Dance-A-Thon during the fundraising period and donate to Dance for Minds. (How many of us sold cookies outside of a market in the cold last month? This is much more fun!) Use the Dance for Minds website and tool box…have the kids get sponsors.

  • Take some dancers to a retirement home in your area and let them perform and dance with the seniors. It’s mostly chair dancing with arm movement, so even the little ones can do it.

  • Post your event’s pictures and videos on our Dance for Minds - Dance Facebook page:

Create your own team under Dance for Minds here:


Blak & Blue Dance Project and Joelle Cosentino's The Teen Company of New York teach Inter-Generational Dance Classes:

Bella & Gigi Dance for Minds with Seniors

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Links and References




Chicago Dance Therapy


Contact Us

Speak directly to Roni Blak or Molly Lorenz about Move For Minds - Dance
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