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Sacred - A celebration to honor survivors of child abuse by Anand Dance & Edward Hospital Foundation in Naperville

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Sacred - A celebration to honor survivors of child abuse

Mark your calendars for an unique performance celebrating survivors of sexual abuse. Dr. Sangita Rangala, ER Physician and Medical Director of Edward Hospital & Health Services Care Center and Artistic Director of Anand Dance will be performing with guest artists and Anand Dancers. The Care Center, which was established in 1990, provides medical services for children and special needs adults who may have been sexually abused. The Center serves a ten-county area, the FBI and military bases, among others. This program will raise funds to expand medical services for abused children and could lead to historic changes in the way we do things in Illinois.
For tickets and donations, please visit https://eehealth.ejoinme.org/myevents/sacredindiandance/tabid/1062831/default.aspx
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