Strictly Top Dancer 2016 was a fun yet very competitive night and saw eight staff members from local companies in Caerphilly paired with professional dancers and challenged one and other in the name of charity.
Kelly had to learn three dances for the competition, and gave up her time over a number of months in preparation for the dance event.
Kelly helped raise funding for The Breast Centre in Llandough Hospital, a charity which helps patients through holistic therapy and fitness studios.
The money was raised through sponsorship, donations, raffles and ticket sales, with the event attracting nearly 400 people across the weekend it was a brilliant event.
Kelly and her dance partner finished a very respectable second and ITaSK are so very proud.
ITaSKCIC work within Caerphilly community to identify needs, implement solutions, and measure impact over time.
ITaSKCIC believe when communities work together to improve lives, the result is a permanent strengthening.
Kelly Whitefoot said:
This was an experience I will cherish and raising money for such a worthwhile charity was a pleasure