I Dance… to Support Camp Hope America - Washington
Brielle Bryan has been supporting local non-profits through the Dance to Make a Difference Charity Gala since 2014. It was through the DTMD program in 2018 that Brielle was introduced to the Camp Hope America – Washington program, where she learned about their mission to help children and youth who have witnessed domestic violence and experienced trauma. She got a chance to meet with campers herself when she co-hosted the Hip Hop Dance Party for campers at Studio West Dance Academy.
Brielle was recently crowned Miss Thurston County 2019, and during Brielle’s tenure, she will volunteer and bring awareness to FSCSS’s Camp Hope America – Washington program. Brielle shares “I hope to partner with Camp Hope America – Washington to bring community awareness and support to programs where children are protected while they are aided in developing life skills and coping mechanisms.”
Brielle will start with a donation drive for camp supplies at her high school. Brielle will support FSCSS with her performance and donation drive at the 11th Annual Dance to Make a Difference Charity Gala on February 23, 2019. She also plans to coordinate two events for campers in the spring: a Hip Hop Dance Party at Studio West Dance Academy and an Evening at the Ballet during the production of Coppelia on April 18-20 at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts.