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Lousha Liddell tragically taken away from us.

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Hello everyone I’ve set up this fundraiser in Lousha's name for Lousha to have the celebration of life she deserves. She has been my best friend since we where 5 years old, she’s my family!

The fundraiser has been authorized by Joanne Stokes, Lousha's mother.

Just to let everyone know all proceeds of this fundraiser will be going to her mother and father to contribute to making her day as beautiful as she was .

Thank you all so much, we really appreciate everything with everyone helping.

Sending blessings to you all

We are all in this together

In the vibrant world of dance, Lousha was a hip-hop luminary—a 25-year-old dance choreographer and creative director whose artistry transcended the boundaries of movement. With boundless energy, infectious passion, and an innate ability to fuse different dance styles,

Lousha had become a beacon of inspiration for those fortunate enough to witness her creations.

Her journey into the realm of dance began at a young age, a natural talent emerging like a delicate bud unfurling into a breathtaking bloom. Lousha's choreography was not merely a sequence of steps; it was a storytelling medium that spoke of love, resilience, and the universal human experience.

On 3rd January riding pillion in Garratt Lane SW London on a motorbike tragedy struck. A drug-impaired driver careened into Lousha's path, shattering the rhythm of her life. Airlifted to the St Georges hospital, she fought valiantly against the cruel hands of fate, surrounded by the hum of machines and the hushed prayers of those who cherished her.

In those hospital walls, the once vibrant choreographer faced the final dance of her life—a dance with destiny. Despite the efforts of the medical team, Lousha succumbed to brain stem death, leaving behind a void in the hearts of those who had been touched by her grace and creativity.

The news of Lousha's passing sent ripples through the dance community and beyond. Her impact went beyond the stage; it resonated in the memories of those who had danced alongside her, learned from her, and been moved by the stories she told through movement.

We want to give our Lousha the beautiful send off that she deserves


  • Anonymous
    • £10 
    • 27 d
  • Anonymous
    • £20 
    • 3 mos
  • Wahchi Vong
    • £20 
    • 3 mos
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    • £10 
    • 3 mos
  • Anonymous
    • £27 
    • 3 mos

Organiser and beneficiary

Chilli Sanders
Joanne Stokes

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