Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Stunning Little Water Bottles

Look at these beauties - just delivered.   Gorgeous shiny green water bottles for the first 75 people who sign up.   

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Team Photo

The team is practicing for Zumbathon!  Hope you'll join us on May 18th.  We just ordered 75 super- fly water bottles for the first 75 people who sign up! 

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Gather Your Teams!



Sign up as a team to maximize your support and your fun on the big day! Seattle area businesses, organizations and clubs are encouraged to show your support and your dance moves by signing up for a team for the Zumbathon. Ola Salon is the team to beat with TEN dancers on deck for the day. Can you match them?

Register your team today!


Thursday, February 20, 2014

Registration is open!

You can register for the Zumbathon (R) for Charity by visiting this page. Register today and save your place!

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Thanks to PB&J Textiles

Great News Alert!

Paul and Dave at PB&J Textiles have agreed to donate their time and resources to the danceathon.  They will be printing our posters for free.

You rock PB&J!  

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Welcome to the Danceathon Blog for Transitional Resources

Join us in supporting the efforts to raise over $5,000 for Transitional Resources, a West Seattle based mental health agency serving all of King County.

Transitional Resources helps adults living with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness by providing respectful and optimistic recovery-oriented services, affordable housing, and advocacy against discrimination which works to break the cycle of incarceration, hospitalization and homelessness.
We value the same things that those with mental illness do:
  • decent housing;
  • feeling needed and wanted;
  • being part of a community;
  • working and engaging in meaningful, age-appropriate activities; and
  • hoping for a highly personalized form of recovery.
We highly value work, education, volunteer experiences, and involvement in other meaningful adult activities as important components of recovery. We believe that men and women with serious mental illness can and want to work and lead meaningful lives, and we demonstrate that belief through the many vocational services we have offered since the agency’s inception.