Almost three years ago, Carrie Ann Inaba signed on as spokesperson for Dréa's Dream, a nonprofit foundation that raises funds and provides dance therapy to kids with special education needs and cancer. Since then, she has visited children in hospitals and spoken out about the wonders of dance as therapy. The cause honors the memory of Andréa Rizzo, a cancer survivor who was studying to be a dance therapist when she was killed by a drunk driver. Her mother, Susan Rizzo Vincent, heads up the organization. Says Inaba: "[Dréa] benefitted from movement therapy and wanted to give that gift back."