DreamWeavers Donor Program
Help Pieces of a Dream, Inc. continue in our mission to provide excellent training to children who are discovering their love of dance. POAD, Inc. wholeheartedly believes that cultivating a joy of the arts is priceless, we recognize that the cost of tuition, class wear, and costumes can be prohibitive to some families. Too often, we meet children who are interested in studying this beautiful artform, but need assistance in funding their class. Please aid us in supporting young dancers by contributing to our scholarship program. Our goal is to raise $500 for student scholarships in just 24 hours! Thank you, so much, for your support!
Remember, #DoMore24DE is only active from Thursday at 6PM through Friday at 6PM, so be sure to donate right away. Follow this link to help ensure a young dancer can keep twirling!
"There are two ways of being creative. One can sing and dance. Or one can create an environment in which singers and dancers flourish."
Building a Dream
Operating Delaware's only professional modern dance company requires significant financial committment. Did you know that Pieces of a Dream, Inc.'s earned income through concert ticket sales and dance workshop registration only covers 60% of our annual expenses? We depend on donations from individuals, like you, who recognize the value of the arts to make up the difference. By making the investment in Pieces of a Dream, Inc., you are investing not only in the dancers and students that participate in our programs, but you are also demonstrating your committment to the community's cultural development as a whole.
Pieces of a Dream, Inc. is a federal Not-for-Profit 501 (c) (3) Corporation. Donations to Pieces of a Dream, Inc. are tax deductible.
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What can your donation do?
$25 provides one leotard
$50 provides rehearsal space rental
$100 provides one year of workshop fees for one P*D2 dancer
$250 provides a dance workshop
$500 provides performance costumes for a new work
$750 provides an hour-long performance for a K-12 school
$1000 provides one dance instructor for a year-long K-12 residency
$2500 provides choreography for a new work