In The Community
All That Dance has a long
history of involvement in local communities, including bringing dance to as
many people, in as many ways as possible. Here are some of the ways we do that:
- Dance classes for families
staying at the Seattle Ronald McDonald House: We teach classes twice per
month at "the House," where families stay in Seattle while one of their
children undergoes treatment for a serious illness. All That Dance donates a
staff member and props, and teen members of the All That Dance Honor Club help
- Scholarship program: Each
year, we give scholarships to more than 30 students, partly from All
That Dance operating funds and partly from proceeds from "Take Five," our
coffee/snack bar (10 percent of proceeds go into the scholarship fund).
- The All That Dance Honor Club: We sponsor this local affiliate of NDEO, a national group dedicated to giving young dancers performance and choreography experience and to bringing dance to local communities.
- Treehouse: Each year, All That Dance supports Treehouse in their drive for back-to-school supplies and holiday gifts. In 2012, we raised almost $1305 in cash and over 51 toys and clothing items for foster kids around Seattle.
If you'd like to learn more
about any of these programs, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 524-8944.