LEEDS Israeli Dance Organisation has had two projects accepted by Aviva Insurance in a competition to win thousands of pounds in community grants.
The first scheme aims to train two new Israeli dance teachers to work all over the north of England, securing the future of dancing for classes, simchas, festivals and more.
Following this, LIDO is putting together a six-month series of interfaith events covering shuls, schools, churches and Muslim organisations.
Children and young people will be encouraged to join in for their health and community, including involvement in a major kids festival organised with the Israeli Dance Institute in London.
Voting starts on Tuesday at avivacommunityfund.co.uk and runs until November 20.
Any one person can cast up to 10 votes to support the project.
If you have a story or an issue you want us to cover, let us know - in complete confidence - by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, 0161-741 2631 or via Facebook / Twitter