SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, SPARTANBURG!
Thursday, February 27, 2020 | 6:30 VIP | 7:30 Show | Chapman Cultural Center
The community dance event of the year! 10 incredible community organizations will dance on
the stage to raise awareness and funds for their organization. Family fun and engaging many
new community members of all ages and abilities, this event will have you clapping in your
seats and dancing in the aisles.
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Until you’ve “walked a mile in my shoes” or "rolled a mile in my wheelchair", please don’t make assumptions about us! We will show YOU what we are ABLE to do through our rhythmic, energetic performance! Your support will help fund quality of life improvements with things like special activities, trips and summer camps, and new technology. Private donations make the Charles Lea Center South Carolina’s LEADER for innovative, comprehensive services for the disabled.
Spartanburg District 1 is honored to be a part of the 2018 “So You Think You Can Dance” fundraiser! This is an exciting opportunity for our students and community! The arts are an integral part of the school curriculum programs in District 1 and we are looking forward to sharing our dance & theatrical skills onstage! The proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards purchasing costuming, lighting, equipment, and necessary materials to increase student participation & enhance our current and future dance and theatre programs in Spartanburg District 1.
The Spartanburg School District Seven School Principals are going to "Beat It" little Michael Jackson moves and a whole lot FUN!. Come and see the principals dance and VOTE for this team. Proceeds will support the Spartanburg School District Seven High School musical for 2020! This is the TEAM TO SEE.
The Spartanburg City Police will once again show their dance moves. The funds raised will support AMIkids White Pines, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids who are experiencing relational or behavioral problems and are not able to function successfully in a less restrictive community environment and provide them the additional care and individualized attention needed to transform their lives.
The Chapman Elementary Boys & Girls Club is dancing to raise money and awareness for Boys & Girls Clubs of the Upstate's after school programs that serve over 1300 kids each day. Clubs offer youth development programs that focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles, leadership and the arts. GREAT FUTURES START HERE!
Parky and MS People and More!
We are the Parky and MS People and More! Team! We know that we have to MOVE IT or we LOSE IT!
Ballet Spartanburg offers the only Dance for PD program which addresses various movement and balance problems that occur due to Parkinson’s or other neurological diseases. It is a FUN class where we are all dancers—not people with neurological disorders—just people who dance. Donations will help to continue FREE Dance for PD classes at Ballet Spartanburg studios so that individuals may continue to help themselves in their daily battle against their neurological illness.
Sidewalk Hope is a year-round children's ministry that uses a modified truck to take a mobile kid's church to housing developments in the inner-city of Spartanburg. The vision of Sidewalk Hope is to see children’s lives impacted through the life-changing love of Jesus Christ. Sidewalk Hope believes that building long-term relationships lead to a brighter future and better lives for our city's children. The funds raised will support weekly operational costs, healthy snacks, bibles, supplies and incentives.
The Mission of HALTER and its horses is to enhance the lives of children with disabilities through equine assisted activities. The goals of HALTER participating in So You Think You Can Dance is to showcase the ABILITIES of our kids, how what they learn in riding horses equates to learning life skills and inspire people to volunteer with HALTER. Funds raised will go to scholarships; as every single child who rides receives some scholarship funding.
The mission of the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Foundation is to secure resources that will enable the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind to achieve its mission and goals. The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Foundation works closely with businesses, corporations, other foundations, civic groups and individuals to maximize each student’s individual opportunities for success. It is the mission of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind to serve the needs of individuals who are deaf, blind, or sensory multi-disabled, their families, and the professionals who serve them through high quality educational programs, outreach services, and partnerships. The funds raised at So You Think You Can Dance will be used to fund the Fine Arts programs at the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind.