Heart of Dance is a Nonprofit to Know!
Heart of Dance is proud to be featured as a "Nonprofit to Know" by Minnesota Philanthropy Partners. See their video above and read about Heart of Dance in their MN Sights e-newsletter here We are grateful for the support of Minnesota Philanthropy Partners through grant partnerships with the F.R. Bigelow Foundation, Mardag Foundation and The Saint Paul Foundation.

"It's rhythm and math and learning something physically, and really engaging with other kids and having to work with partners and work with teams. And really express themselves out of their chair."
- Ann Mulholland,  Vice President of Community Impact, Minnesota Philanthropy Partners
Great News! More Spots Available for New Schools

Thanks to community support, we are able to train additional new Teaching Artists! Heart of Dance can accept a limited number of new schools for Fall and Spring semesters. Contact us soon at info@heartofdancemn.org, as spots fill up fast.  

Visit our Website's Educators page!
Heart of Dance in the News

Did you see these inspiring stories from our students and educators this spring? (Photo Left) Read Sam's story in  Sheer Dance here . (Photo Below) Read Jose's story in Minnesota Dancer here. View Windom's unusual story in KARE 11's story (Video Below). Visit our " In the News " page for more. 
Jose dances with a young lady from Learning for Leadership Charter School at May's Dancing with Heart Luncheon Celebration.
KARE 11's story on Windom Dual Immersion School
Thank you!

We could not do this without your amazing support.  
Thank you for joining Heart of Dance on this journey!
Programming is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. We are also grateful for the support of The Emerald Foundation, F. R. Bigelow Foundation, Mardag Foundation and The Saint Paul Foundation, 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.