Update: ’80s Immersion Dance Party and Fundraiser Planted 20,000+ Trees
Dance and Leap (Year) for Trees on February 29th in Washington, DC! Join us at the lovely St. Yves Club in downtown Washington, DC for an evening of fun ’80s dance tunes, music videos, period films, food, and good celebrations. Master DJ Neal Keller will be spinning the tunes and filling four screens with images and videos from the era.
Proceeds from this event will support the global-scale reforestation efforts of ForestPlanet, and help us plant 50,000+ trees where they are needed most. ForestPlanet is a 501(c)3 organization that supports large scale, low cost-per-tree reforestation efforts all over the world. We help plant trees in regions where they have the greatest positive impact on the soil, the environment, local habitat, and communities in peril.
Saturday, February 29th
8PM – 12AM
St. Yves Club
1220 Connecticut Avenue NW (Just south of Dupont Circle)
Washington, DC 20036
Bring your dance shoes, plenty of friends, big hair, and a positive we’re-planting-trees-while-having-fun attitude.
Special thanks to our Sponsors of this event:
Ecoprint: Ecoprint consistently leads the industry in green standards and techniques, from using sustainable paper and ink, to using 100% renewable energy, and the systematic conservation of resources.
Kuppo: Kuppo is a truly pocket sized reusable cup that’s 100% plastic free and 100% recyclable, super light-weight and fits into your pocket or purse.
We had a great time at this event and raised enough funds to get 20,000 trees planted via our global network of tree planting partners – proof that it’s possible to good while having fun! For an update on the programs we support please check out this recent write up: Healthy Trees, Healthy Environment, Healthy People.