Your support matters


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To keep Celebrating the Beat
we need your help.

Celebrate The Beat inspires thousands of students every year through inclusive in-school, after-school and summer dance programs accompanied by live music. CTB empowers children by setting challenging goals and giving them the tools to be successful.  Through our program, our students become stronger and more confident in their day-to-day lives.

There is a donation level for everyone, and every donation impacts a child’s life and future.



WITH GRATITUDE for all you do to support our work.

 
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Donation Levels

 
 
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Donate

$100 
Give a child the opportunity to dance during the school day once-a-week for a half-year.

$250
Sponsor one CTB dancer for a year-long program with performance opportunities around the State.

$500
Provide the opportunity for a child to excel in our joyfully rigorous after-school program.

$1,000
Underwrite the cost of two children to participate in our 6-week full day Summer Institute.

 
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Donate

$2,500
Provide scholarships to 5 students for our Pop Hop program through which CTB dancers open for the Vail Dance Festival.

$5,000
Adopt a classroom of 25 children in one of our partner schools.

$7,500
Underwrite the Fresh Air Weekend experience for 5 students, making it possible for our Commerce City students to experience the Mountains and perform for state-wide audiences.

$10,000
Sponsor a D.R.E.A.M. Team (Dancers Reaching Excellence, Artistry, Mastery) for a full year of after school programming.

 
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Donate

$20,000
Sponsor 40 children in our 6-week intensive Summer Institute which trains students in ballet, modern dance, yoga and drums.

$50,000
Adpot 150 children & their classroom teachers in one school for a full-year program of weekly classes.

$100,000
Sponsor 300 children & their classroom teachers in a single school district for a full-year program of weekly classes.