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Project Dance donates to NEO Kids

Members of the Fram family and Project Dance visited Health Sciences North Foundation to present a cheque for $1,000 for Health Sciences North’s North Eastern Ontario Centre for Kids (NEO Kids).
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(L to R) Debra Dawe, Development Officer, Health Sciences North Foundation, Briana Fram, Maegan Fram, Owner/Director, Project Dance; Pam Borton, Project Dance Studio, Patricia Clizia, Development Officer, Health Sciences North Foundation. Supplied photo.
Members of the Fram family and Project Dance visited Health Sciences North Foundation to present a cheque for $1,000 for Health Sciences North’s North Eastern Ontario Centre for Kids (NEO Kids).

The proceeds were raised at the fourth annual Jordan Fram Memorial Golf Tournament held in June.

“The parents of Project Dance Competitive Team and my family are honoured to support NEO Kids, ” said Meagan Fram, owner of Project Dance and sister-in-law of Jordan Fram.

“We have seen some of our dancers’ battle through illnesses. While it is never easy for them or their families, I have always admired their strength and determination. NEO Kids is a place that children can still feel like children and alleviate some of the fear they may be experiencing.”

The Project Dance Competitive Team and the Fram family chose to support NEO Kids as a way to support the children in our community. 

As a local dance studio, Project Dance sees many young children through its doors and recognizes the need for families and children to access treatment closer to home. 

They understand the importance of growing NEO Kids in our community and are proud to be making a difference for kids.

“Health Sciences North Foundation would like to thank the Fram family and Project Dance for investing in the health of the smallest patients of Health Sciences North,” said Mary Lou Hussak, executive director, Health Sciences North Foundation.

“It is through partnerships like this that NEO Kids will grow to meet the needs of our community.”


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