Only 4 more days to double your impact!
5th grader  Jared experienced homelessness, and it used to be a battle every morning to just get him out of the car and into the school building. Dancing Classrooms helped to change that:

"To my surprise, I saw him step up to demonstrate the Tango with a partner at our final showcase before a packed room of families. Tears came to my eyes. We finally found a way to reach Jared."
- Principal Diane Morin
   Bay View Elementary School

Transformations like Jared's are made possible with your support. Give the gift of Dancing Classrooms this holiday season, and transform the lives of more students like Jared. Better yet, a  generous donor will match all donations given before the end of the year! Every gift received or mailed by December 31 will be doubled. That's double the Dancing Classrooms, double the students, and double the impact !
Help us meet our goal

We are over halfway to our goal! We hope you'll also take advantage of this matching gift opportunity, and help us reach our goal of raising $20,000 before the end of the calendar year.
Thank You!

Thank you for supporting Heart of Dance! With only 4 days left of this matching campaign, we're so thankful to everyone who has chosen to include our Minnesota nonprofit in their end-of-year giving. With your continued support, we will transform many more young lives through the physical, emotional, and social benefits of ballroom dance!
We will match all gifts received or mailed by December 31!

Thank you!

We could not do this without  your  amazing support.  
Thank you for joining Heart of Dance  on  this journey!

We are grateful for the support of Ecolab Foundation, The Emerald Foundation, Greater Rochester Arts and Cultural Trust, McNeely Foundation, Saint Paul Foundation & Minnesota Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Rochester Area Foundation, Think Mutual Bank of Rochester, as well as many generous individual donors and volunteers. This activity is funded, in part, by an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State's general fund.