The city’s Celebrity JustDance competition raised more than £45,000 for Keech Hospice Care, the organisers have announced this week.
The JustDance crew has been busy counting money for ticket sales, photographs and auction proceeds since the event took place last November.
Organiser Accursio Romeo, who runs JustDance Academy Ltd, said: “It is with thanks to the citizens in and around Milton Keynes digging deep and getting together to raise such a fantastic amount of money to make a huge difference to so many families.”
A team of local celebrities, including the Citizen’s Amanda Devlin and city MP Iain Stewart, took part in JustDance 2015.
The winner was Vicky Morris, an executive at the TUI Group, with her professional dance partner Adam Edwards.
Ten local school also got together to take part in the Junior JustDance.
The winners of the Group A competition were youngsters from Oxley Park Academy, while Lark Rise won Group B.
The proceeds will now be handed to Keech Hospice Care, who provide emotional and practical support for adults and children diagnosed with a life-limiting condition.