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Help Dance Project raise $10,000!
Posted: Tuesday July 1, 2014 1:34 pm

The Dance Project needs help in closing a $10,000 budget gap.

Times are hard, especially for non-profit arts organizations, and this past fiscal year was particularly hard for Dance Project. We need your help—Right Now—to help keep Dance Project financially healthy so that we can continue our work.

In order to start our new fiscal year on the right foot, without carrying over any deficits from last year, we need to raise $10,000 by July 31 to ensure that we can conduct our programs and pay our staff, as well as dancers, teachers, and choreographers. If we reach this ambitious goal, we have secured a donor who has agreed to match the $10,000, bringing our total to $20,000. This means that if you donate $100, you will be making a $200 impact, as long as we meet our goal. What a boost to Dance Project’s future vitality!

We are excited about our plans for next season which include two separate concerts by the Van Dyke Dance Group, the 24th season of the NC Dance Festival, and new class, workshop, and camp offerings through the School, not to mention our extensive outreach programs!

However, if we are not able to reach our goal, many of our programs are in jeopardy.

Help us reach our goal of $10,000 by July 31!

Here's how:
Donate online through our PayPal account (http://www.danceproject.org/donations.html)

or send a check to:
Dance Project, Inc.
200 N. Davie St. #7
Greensboro, NC 27401

Let others know that you have supported the Dance Project, and encourage them to make a donation too, by sharing the updates we post on our Facebook page and generally spreading the word to friends, family, and neighbors!

Many, Many Thanks from all of us at Dance Project! Your support is what keeps us going.

Artistic Director honored for artistic contributions
Posted: Tuesday July 5, 2011 1:45 pm

After five years, in June our Artistic Director, Jan Van Dyke, stepped down as Head of the Dance Department at UNC Greensboro. During her final year as Head, she was honored by UNCG with the Gladys Strawn Bullard Award for service and leadership, and by the United Arts Council of Greensboro with the Betty Cone Medal of Arts for her "extraordinary contribution to the Greensboro arts community and her achievements at the local, national and international level in her field of Dance."