Joffrey Ballet student dances for children in hospitals around the world

“Honestly, people say that being on stage is the best thing. ... I think another amazing thing is having the feeling of going into a hospital and performing for children,” Bielak said. (Global News, April 1, 2019)

WATCH ABOVE: At the tender age of three, Naiomi Bielak knew what she wanted to be a ballerina. Her dream came true as she currently lives in New York and is a student with the Joffrey Ballet School. But aside from following her passion, what matters most is bringing smiles to children in hospitals around the world through dance. Susan Hay has the story, Global News April 1 2019

Crafting For A Cure is proud to announce our most recent interview with Global News in which Naiomi Bielak, Smiles For All Founder, in which they discuss her goals, where she started, where she is now, the charity, and more.

You won't want to miss this amazing interview which follows Naiomi's amazing passion for Ballet and charity. A passion which has taken her worldwide, from New York all the way to Israel, performing for children in Hospitals everywhere along the way. She says that when “You’re face-to-face with a child or a parent and to see their emotional response to you and how you’re making their day that much better – is so empowering.”.

Don't forget that if you have not already purchased your tickets to the High Tea and Ballet we will be closing ticket sales this Wednesday morning at 8am. You can purchase your ticket using the following link: https://www.craftingforacure.ca/events/high-tea-and-ballet

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