Our organization is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. By contributing to a campaign listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.
The Emergency Fund was first established in 1991 for IABD artists and companies. Today, IABD is providing limited and short-term assistance through its fund to Artists, related personnel and Dance organizations, who are able to demonstrate financial need. Individuals will receive $1,000; organizations will receive $2,500.
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Black Dance Magazine (BDM) is a digital magazine highlighting the contributions and exploring the issues facing dancers of color through original news, feature, career and industry content.
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Dance Our Legacy Scholarship » Donate Online
The Dance Our Legacy Scholarship is a Celebration of Excellence Award designated for Two (2) Outstanding Dancers in the the Prince George's County Area who demonstrate both talent and merit to be able to attend the International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference in 2020.
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Davis Inspiration Studios » Donate Online
Thank you for your support of Davis Inspiration Studios. Through art and life planning, we inspire creative entrepreneurs ages 3 to adult. Our mission is to diversify an artist’s skill set with artistic literacy in order for them to be financially independent and have interchangeability in the arts around the world. We are currently a mobile studio in search of our permanent home in the Altadena/Pasadena community which serves the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys of Los Angeles, California.
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DMB|#dbdanceproject is a collective of dance artists based in Philadelphia, PA, committed to the use of artistic collaboration and exploration to advocate for social justice.
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Hobbs Waters is an thirteen year old from Portland, Oregon, he has been dancing since he was seven years old. Dance is everything to this young artist, Hobbs trains six days a week at Classical Ballet Academy.
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Princess Mhoon Dance Institute » Donate Online
The Princess Mhoon Dance Institute is an acclaimed dance institute located in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. Having served thousands of families through our in-studio and off-site programs, we believe that dance is a catalyst for personal, professional and artistic development.
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Women Dance Artists of Color-DMV » Donate Online
WDAC-DMV facilitates engagements and opportunities for local women dance artists of color to convene (in-person or virtually) and learn from guest artists, share creative processes, organize around social issues directly affecting our "membership", exchange information, and provide mutual support and camaraderie.
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