Luna Dance Institute wants to provide every child with the freedom to explore the physical and artistic acts of dance by advocating for changes in arts, education, and social justice programs.
To share the art and study of classical ballet with South African children with intentions to create opportunities for youth to escape poverty by pursuing a professional career in dance.
Movement Exchange combines dance and community service by making dance education accessible to vulnerable populations.
All The Way Live encourages self expression through dance, providing a safe space for at-risk youth to receive quality arts education, mentorship, and life skills.
Northwest Tap Connection aims to increase accessibility and enjoyment of dance by being a platform for young dancers to seek training and performance opportunity in the local community and on global stages.
MusEffect is dedicated to creating performance art through a social lense by incorporating current topics to promote personal empowerment and healing.
A dance education translates into critical life skills, deep relationships, community, and sense of worth for youth in foster care.
You Got This, Girl! is a workshop grounded in exploring female empowerment through movement based classes that help women cultivate skills in self awareness, positivity, confidence, and integrity.
The Wooden Floor encourages and supports youth from specifically diverse backgrounds and low-income families to participate in dance for the social, physical, and psychological benefits.
A community for dancers to network and engage in meaningful collaboration.
Toes for Dance encourages communal engagement and learning through comprehensive dance education, public outreach, and interactive showcases.
Drama for Life advocates for social change through art development, education, therapy, and activism.
Offering hope to youth through expressions of breakdancing and hip hop culture.
Global Alliance for Africa creates programs for at-risk populations who otherwise don’t have access in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Therapeutic Arts Program includes visual art, music, dance, and drama curriculum for orphaned and vulnerable children in Kenya and Tanzania.
Breakdance Project Uganda connects with the country’s disadvantaged youth through hip hop culture, teaching breakdancing while imparting positive change and opportunities.
M-Lisada (Music, Life Skills, and Destitution Alleviation) serves to reduce youth homelessness in Uganda by providing adequate housing and education.
Provide dance education and opportunities to children of low-income families.
Anno’s Africa offers a dance education to 1,700 children. “Ballet in the Slums” is among the dance projects Anno’s Africa provides to children.
Cuban Arts Match brings Cuban and North American artists together in recognizing dance as a cultural legacy.
Contemporary dance training is offered through courses and intensives for new and experienced students, specifically designed for incarcerated or at-risk youth.