The Dancing with Mississauga Stars gala, held on November 7, 2014 was another smashing success. Each executive exceeded their fundraising goal making the event an outstanding success thanks to their commitment and sheer determination.
The winners of the mirrorball trophy at Dancing with Mississauga Stars 2014 were Cynthia Ingram and Ciro Delgado.
"Mississauga isn't just the place where my children enjoy fun times and extracurricular activities, or the City where my husband and I work. We recognize how lucky we are to have every opportunity for culture, entertainment, sports in the City; hence the need to give back and make a difference. I am honoured and humbled to be working with my instructor and dance partner, Ciro, to dance our way to making a difference for the community. Our wish is to put the "fun" in fundraising and I'm looking for your support to make our wish a reality."
Cynthia danced with the charismatic Ciro Delgado. To see a video of their winning dance, please link here.
"The Community Foundation of Mississauga provides additional funding to programs and services that impact the most disadvantaged residents of our city. I have been a supporter from the very beginning and am thrilled to take on the challenge to raise dollars so they can continue their vital work for the community. I am looking for your support as I work on my dance moves!"
Janice's instructor was Jean Guy. To see their dance, please link here.
"Working with my father for the last 7 years, I have been constantly motivated by his fearless leadership, and relentless passion for giving back. Taking this challenge on is just another way we can give back to the community that has been so great to us. I look forward to this fundraising journey with your help."
Jenny's instructor was the gifted Fernando Rodriguez. To see their dance, please link here.
"Serving the community is part of our DNA, as it is part of our family's DNA. The Bras Family Foundation, and the BRAS Drug Development Program, are just two of our family's commitment to the betterment of society and the communities we live in. Mississauga is a great city. I have watched it grow from farmland, to the creation of the planned communities of Meadowvale and Erin Mills. I witnessed the creation of Square One, the Credit Valley Hospital, Erin Mills Town Centre, City Hall and the Living Arts Centre. That was just the beginning. Now we have the two Marilyn's and the list goes on. Canada is a diverse society and this is well reflected within the City of Mississauga.
Thank you for this opportunity to raise funds for the Community Foundation of Mississauga and with your help I look forward to meeting my goal."
Maggie's partner was the talented Brandon Lihou. To see their dance, please link here.