Support Hit The Floor Devil Girl Courtney Galiano’s MS Dance Walk

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Hit The Floor Devil Girl Courtney Galiano is just 25 but she already has quite a resume. Knicks City Dancer, So You Think You Can Dance alum, actress, and now, she’s turning her talents toward a charitable cause, The Beat MS Dance Walk, to be held this Sunday, September 22 in Los Angeles.

Galiano was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year and she co-chaired the event, the proceeds from which will benefit The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To make a contribution, you can click here, and to participate, you can check out the event’s website. Courtney spoke to us about her diagnosis in the interview above, and you can read more about her commitment to the cause below.

Join in on the newest craze – dance walking – and help end multiple sclerosis. Enjoy dance walking to awesome music, lessons from professional dancers, great performances, a raffle and silent auction. The event will end with a choreographed group performance, featuring YOU, which will be videotaped and posted to raise awareness for MS. Money will be raised through ticket sales and donations.

The Beat Dance Tour and the National MS Society, along with event co-chairs Courtney Galiano and Philip Byron bring together artists, dancers and people who want to do something about MS now for the 1st annual The Beat MS Dance Walk.

A Note from Courtney:

As some of you may know, I have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. It was a lot to process, there are good days and bad days but despite any of those things, I feel it is my duty to get involved, raise awareness and find a cure for this debilitating disease and I will use the platform I have been given to do just that. We are so excited to team up with the MS Society, an incredible organization. MS may stop people from moving but this movement works there hardest to prevent that. A portion of every registration will go to the MS Society. WITH YOUR HELP I KNOW WE REALLY CAN BEAT MS!

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