A SPECIAL FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN FOR

THE NEXT FIVE YEARS:

100 FOR 100 X 5!

 

In 2019 we asked 100 of our supporters to pledge a $100 donation for the upcoming five seasons of Ballaro Dance.

We are currently in year two of our campaign, but there's still time to get on board if you can support our work at this time!

 

Tell me more?

The Company began in 2014 and after five years of incredibly successful self-produced productions, we believe that with more active financial support from our community, Ballaro Dance will have a sustainable future leading to increased performances and further artistic development.

 

Okay....now what?

First, let us know how you'd like to get involved! 

Then, click on DONATE NOW! below to make your online tax-deductible donation through the nonprofit, Fractured Atlas. 

Checks can be made payable to Fractured Atlas (with Ballaro Dance noted in the subject line) and mailed to:

 

 Ballaro Dance 

352 East 91st Street, Apt 17

New York, NY 10128 

  

If you are interested in being an even larger part of the Ballaro Dance community, let’s talk!

We’re happy to share more information about how you can join the Beacons of Ballaro Dance:

 

$500 – Builder of Ballaro Dance

$1,000 – Big-Heart of Ballaro Dance

$2,500 – Believer of Ballaro Dance

$5,000 – Battalion of Ballaro Dance

 

Your generous donation will support the numerous costs of running a NYC-based dance company and hosting a performance season. Here are some examples of what you may sponsor: 

 

$350 -- Website hosting and online media related costs

$350 -- Printed marketing materials

$400 -- One month of rehearsal space rentals in NYC

$550 -- One month of travel stipends for the Company dancers 

$875 -- Performance stipends for the artists during a performance season 

$1,750 -- Performance venue rental 

    

We are continually grateful for your support as we create and share our work. 

  

About

Ballaro Dance is a New York City based modern dance company performing the work of Marisa f. Ballaro.

Creation

The dances are about physical space, music, and time. Small gestures are brought to life while making meaning through storytelling.