Dance & Theatre Boutique!
306 East Church Street
Frederick, MD 21701
Footlights Silver Spring
938 Wayne Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Toll Free 800-349-1186
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Will Dance 4 ...
Our hope is that no one will be denied the opportunity to dance. We wish to recognize dancers and dance groups for achievement in dance and strive to provide the dance community with a way to recognize their peers. Our goal is to help dancers and dance groups raise money for their charitable endeavors and charitable causes close to them.
Will Dance 4 ... is an organization under the Footlights umbrella dedicated to helping the dance community through social entrepreneurship.
As it says above our hope is that no one will be denied the opportunity to dance. We wish to recognize dancers and dance groups for achievement in dance, and strive to provide the dance community with a way to recognize their peers. Our goal is to help dancers and dance groups raise money for their charitable endeavors and charitable causes close to them.
This effort has been a long time coming for Joy Ellis, owner of Footlights Dance and Theatre Boutique. Joy has been an avid supporter of the arts community in Frederick and has long thought about more directly contributing to the regions large dance community.
The Thomas F Waters Memorial Fund
If you care to make an individual donation to the Thomas F. Waters Memorial Fund, they can be mailed to the Community Foundation of Frederick County at 312 E. Church St. Frederick, MD 21701
The Maryland Council for Dance
A non-profit educational and service corporation serving Maryland and surrounding areas since 1973. The Maryland Council for Dance, Inc. works to promote, encourage and amplify the growth of dance as a major art form in our state and surrounding areas by bringing together all areas of dance & the public to learn, experience, and enjoy dance. More information can be found on their website www.marylanddance.org.
The Frederick Action Agency Food Bank
The Foodbank Program provides a 3- to 5-day supply of food to families and individuals who are facing an economic crisis and cannot afford to buy their groceries. The Foodbank serves between 300 and 400 households each month ranging from very low-income families who use the foodbank on a regular basis to moderate-income families who are facing a financial crisis. More information on donations and volunteering can be found on their website.