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Carnival of Love Foundation Zoom Costume Holiday Dance Party for Kids, Dec. 19

NEW YORK – The Carnival of Love Foundation and Mylos Entertainment present a Zoom Costume Holiday Dance Party for Kids on Saturday, December 19, 11 AM.

RSVP via email: [email protected].

The Carnival of Love Foundation’s mission is to enhance the mind, body and spirit of children and families affected by autism and special needs, through access to alternative therapies, culturally-minded programs and services, educational resources, and unique healing experiences.

Through hosting educational workshops, community support programs for parents and siblings, and family recreational activities, the Foundation has made a tremendous impact in the lives of many members of the community. The need for support for this worthy cause continues and those interested in helping the foundation achieve its goals can donate online.

Carnival of Love Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity, founded in 2008. More information about the Carnival of Love Foundation is available at: www.carnivaloflove.org.

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