A new way to raise funds for McGL dancers – at no cost to yourself!

McGL are proud to announce they are using easyfundraising to raise funds for our talented young dancers to travel to international competitions.
You can help raise funds for McGL simply by doing you online shopping via
This doesn’t cost you a penny more, but as you make purchases the online retailers make a donation to the dance school.
All you do is register and start shopping! There are over 3000 shops and sites on board, ready to make a donation including Amazon, John Lewis, Sainsbury’s and TheTrainline.

For example, simply by doing your weekly online Sainsbury’s shop via Easyfundraising could raise up to £2.50 each time!

There are no catches or hidden charges and McGL dancers are very grateful for your donations.

How to:

  • Every time you shop online, go to first to find the site you want and start shopping.
  • You can install a simple plug-in for your browser which will remind you to go through easyfundraising when you start shopping on a partner site.
  • There is even a smartphone app!
  • After you have checked out, the retailer will make a donation to McGL for no extra cost whatsoever.

Thank you for your support!

Call for corporate sponsorship

The Friends of McGahan Lees are seeking firms that have a collective responsibility to the wider community and the environment around us. We are looking to these firm to support the youth in their communities, through financial support.  Support can be given through sponsorship or booking a private display.  More information on our sponsorship packages can be found in our presentation. If you are interested, please contact us or download this form and return it here.

Why choose the Friends of McGahan Lees as a supporting opportunity?Our dancers are young people from a multitude of different backgrounds, no matter their personal circumstances we want each dancer to have the opportunity to dance on an international stage and fulfill their dream of becoming the best that they can be.  We believe that dancing provides a focus for young people to develop their skills and aspirations for the future.  Through dance they build social skills, new friendship groups, gain confidence, learn how to apply structure and discipline to their lives through practice and hard work.  Dance not only has these benefits but it promotes health, fitness and well-being of the next generation that will become the future of your community.

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