The Teddi Dance for Love is a 24-hour dance marathon put on by students at St. John Fisher College each year to support Camp Good Days and Special Times. More specifically, to support the Teddi Project, a Camp Good Days program which sends children battling cancer or sickle cell anemia on a special trip to Florida each year.
The dance started in 1982 when Dr Lou Buttino, a professor at SJFC and friend of Camp Good Days’ founder, and some of his students decided they wanted to help. The first dance raised $7,000 and featured only a few dozen dancers.
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