Do the Dad dance for charity

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Do the Dad dance for charity

The Dad Network is launching an online video campaign today to raise money for UNICEF.

The #DOTHEDADDANCE campaign is asking Dads to film themselves dancing to their favourite song – with or sans tots – and then upload it to social media with the hashtag. And of course they nominate their friends to do it! After this, they donate £2 to UNICEF by text.

The campaign is hoping to show dads having fun and letting their hair down while raising money for less privileged children.

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