Category Archives: Dance

Applause Arts Foundation

Applause Arts Foundation 184 East 76th St.  NYC, New York 10021 Contact:  Kat Radin, Executive Director (212) 717-0703, The Applause Arts Foundation provides rigorous performing arts training, education and exposure to children from underserved communities in New York City who might not otherwise have access to such opportunities. Through our summer programming and partnerships with local schools and organizations, the Applause Arts Foundation provides pre-professional performing arts classes, workshops and camps to students free of charge. Additionally we also provide snacks, class materials, MetroCards and performance tickets so our Young Artists have all the tools required to succeed. We believe that […]


Performing for Pencils

17-year old Jessica Goldberg is a recipient of the Diller Teen Tikkun OlamAward and will receive a $36,000 award to recognize her work for her project Performing for Pencils, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides disadvantaged students with the supplies they need to be successful learners by hosting an annual talent show to build community awareness and raise funds. Now in its tenth year, the Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards have given more than $3 million dollars to 84 Jewish teens who are tackling global issues and creating lasting change through tikkun olam – the vision of Bay Area Philanthropist Helen Diller, the founder of The Helen Diller Family Foundation. As an […]


American DanceWheels Foundation

American DanceWheels Foundation PO Box 88 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Contact: Melinda Kremer, Executive Director  215-588-6671 American DanceWheels Foundation (ADF) makes a significant contribution to the lives of individuals using wheelchairs for mobility and their able-bodied partners by providing social and therapeutic dance instruction in Wheelchair Ballroom and Latin Dancing. ADF gives participants a more social perspective than other wheelchair dance programs, because it allows students to dance with a spouse, family member, friend, or significant other employing traditional dance elements such as connection, lead, and follow. ADF’s written curriculum allows people to dance at social events, like weddings […]