Winter Raffle Performance
On Saturday, December 17th, Everybody Dance LA! hosted family and friends for the annual Winter Raffle Performance. This event celebrated the student and parent raffle which through ticket sales raised money for our programming. Several of EDLA! After-School program classes performed. Please enjoy this video which highlights our students’ hard work and the beauty of dance.
Director of Development: Pamela Bash
Everybody Dance LA! transforms lives and communities through the power of high-quality dance education in low-income areas of Los Angeles.
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As part of a company that values the highest quality of storytelling and entertainment for all, Warner Brothers Discovery’s contribution to EDLA! is fundamentally in alignment with their ability to bring the art form of dance to children and communities that would not otherwise participate. We could not more readily encourage other corporations to follow suit by recognizing the hidden gem that is Everybody Dance LA! for all their incredible work in fostering positivity in the next generation of creative minds.
Transforming Lives and Communities Through the Power of Dance
Its name says it all – Everybody Dance LA! wants everyone to dance. That is why the organization asks families to pay just $15 a month ($150 a year) for its After-School Program.
“If families invest a little bit in dance education, both the parent and the child feel a sense of pride and commitment to the program,” says Director of Development Pamela Bash. “But we never turn a child away due to an inability to pay.”
The true cost of the program is $1,500 a year per student. This year, EDLA!’s fundraising goal is $1.2M and they hope to raise $100,000 through The Giving List.
American Dance Movement
California Arts Council
Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation
Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
Herb Alpert Foundation
Joan Herman and Richard Rasiej
Johnny Carson Foundation
Joseph Drown Foundation
Inara George and Jake Kasdan
Meg and Lawrence Kasdan
Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
Larry A. Ginsberg and Rob Levine
Leah and Samuel Fischer
Los Angeles County Arts Commission
Los Angeles Department of Cultural Arts
Luppen Family Foundation
Lynne and James DeWitt
National Charity League of Los Angeles
National Endowment for the Arts
Oder Family Foundation
Play Equity Fund
Rose Hills Foundation
The Green Foundation
The Louis L. Borick Foundation
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
United Talent Agency