Dance Collective Fundraising
The dance studio is funded by registration and membership fees. In order to maintain our quality instruction and achieve our mission and vision, we do engage in various fundraising activities over the course of the year. We are also currently seeking corporate or individual donations/sponsors.
Ways to Give:
Financial contribution (any amount graciously accepted)
Read below to find out what current fundraising initiatives we are running for specific ways to give.
Purchase of necessary dance equipment such as barres.
Contribute to the Spirit Flyer volunteer dance space and costumes.
Each volunteer space costs approximately $600.00 and a minimum requirement of volunteers are required for each class to operate.
Purchase speciality wheelchairs for our Wheels in Motion class
Each speciality wheelchair costs approximately $4,800.00, with a goal of funding 3 chairs this year.
Future goals are also to subsidize dance costs providing the opportunity for anyone to pursue dance, regardless of socio- economic ability.
To support the diverse programming our studio provides.
Please contact us if you'd like to donate to Dance Collective or to become a sponsor: email@example.com
Financial donations over $500.00 receive a featured post on the Dance Collective Facebook & Instagram pages and brand recognition in our year end program!
Cheques payable to: Dance Collective YXE Inc.
Mailed to: Dance Collective Treasurer
314 Baker Cres.
Saskatoon, SK S7N3K8
Etransfers to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current & Ongoing Fundraisers
Sarcan Drop & Go
Take your clean, organized/sorted empty beverage containers (please remove all lids) to any Sarcan location and choose the Drop & Go option. When you drop off tell the attendant you would like to donate your refund to Dance Collective YXE and provide the code:
We are grateful to have received donations from the following people and organizations this past year:
We are grateful to have been the recipients of the City of Saskatoon Community Grant Program. Funded by Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund and the City of Saskatoon.