Dance Your Heart Out!

California Ballet Company, in partnership with the California Ballet School, will be holding its first ever Dance-A-Thon on Sunday, September 19th, 2010 from 11:00am to 4:00pm! Do you have a student in the school? Are you a student yourself? Do you know a student in the school? Now’s your chance to help the ballet company while participating in a fun and carefree event!

The students will dance, participate in fun dance contests and win prizes. The funds will directly benefit the California Ballet Company. This Fundraiser will replace our usual traditional letter writing campaign.

Each child that participates will receive a dance bib and number. We will have a live D.J., Pizza, drinks, crafts and prizes. In addition, a raffle ticket will be given for every $25 a student raises. Prizes will be given for most money raised and the highest number of sponsors.

It’s going to be a really fun party you won’t want to miss! Kids are encouraged to invite their friends and families. The children can sell tickets for $20 before September 15th or  tickets are $25 at the door.

So find a California Ballet School student that you know and sponsor them today. Not only will you be helping the ballet company, but you’ll be helping the fun!

California Ballet Company is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your donations may be tax deductible. Check with your tax specialist for details.

danceathon

If you are participating and need a sponsor sheet, click here!

If you need a Fact sheet, click here!

If you need the letter to the students’ parents, click here!

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