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In a year filled with so many unknowns and challenges, the Moscow Ballet with the help of brought some holiday magic to those in need.  The experience began with a commitment to support The Young and Brave Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports families of children and young adults during their battle with cancer. 

Throughout the run of the Great Russian Nutcracker, the Moscow Ballet was able to help support donations as well as give two special ballet bears a home in the arms of Kalea & Noah Avery, through The Young and Brave Foundation.  

The surprises and delight did not stop there as the Moscow Ballet was able to offer up more holiday magic with children from three additional nonprofit organizations across the country, BeYoutiful Foundation, Camp Good Days, and Roswell Park, all had an opportunity to meet the exceptionally talented ballerina Anna Trofimova, of the Moscow Ballet this Saturday, December 12 in a live video call.

The event started with Trofimova introducing herself to the children, and showing them different detailed costumes from the Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and a traditional red tutu, Trofimova’s favorite color.  Each child then had the chance to ask the ballerina different questions, from “What do you do in your free time?” to “Who is your favorite superhero?”.  

A lot of laughs and fun were had by all, especially the aspiring future ballerinas on the call, and in that moment, life seemed suspended in mid-air like a magic leap.  Following the meeting, the children and their families were treated to an exclusive premiere streaming of the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker before the public release.  

The Moscow Ballet also donated a number of beautifully crafted Nutcracker books to patients at the Roswell Park Hospital, and as a further token of their commitment to community you can share a digital copy of the Nutcracker story with your family and friends.

And don’t forget to experience the beloved official holiday classic, the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker streamed safely from home with your loved ones. Get your ticket now.  

About T.Cares strives to make a difference not only in the ticketing industry, but also within the community. The T.Cares program seeks to support local community efforts by partnering with various nonprofit organizations to provide remarkable experiences for individuals and their families who may be facing hardships or various obstacles in their lives.

The Young and Brave Foundation

The Young and Brave Foundation was established in 2009, it is a nonprofit organization to create a community of support for the families of children and young adults during their battle with cancer.  In March of 2011, The Young and Brave Foundation received its 501(c)(3) non-profit status with the vision of helping young adults and children diagnosed with all forms of cancer. Donate today!

Beyoutiful Foundation

The BeYOUtiful Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to taking ACTION! Awareness has been created, it’s time to make a real difference. Designed to provide hope, love and a path to feeling beYOUtiful. Connecting salons & stylists to local survivors, providing online education (covering cutting, styling, utilizing wigs & dealing with chemo hair), we’re here from diagnosis to remission and beyond. From little girls, to bright young ladies, supermoms & businesswomen, the BeYOUtiful Foundation is for all of us. Click here to donate!

Roswell Park 

Roswell Park was one of the first institutions in the nation to be recognized by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as a comprehensive cancer center. Roswell Park provides expert cancer care and conducts top-tier research aimed at finding ways to prevent and cure cancer, with NCI support. Three major studies have found that long-term survival rose from 6% to 20% overall, as well as within specific cancer types, for patients who were treated from the start at NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, compared with those treated elsewhere. Learn more and donate to Roswell Park today!

Camp Good Days

Camp Good Days provides residential camping programs at our beautiful Recreational Facility, located on the shores of Keuka Lake in Branchport, New York, as well as year-round recreational and support activities, in the Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse, New York areas for children with cancer, sickle cell anemia, and the entire family.  At Camp Good Days, participants have the opportunity to regain some of what cancer has taken away from them. While a vast majority of our children reside in NY, Camp Good Days has no geographical boundaries and accepts children from all 50 states and all over the world. No child with cancer is ever turned away from Camp Good Days. Donate today!

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