Give a gift of dance this season

Start this holiday season by supporting arts educational and enrichment opportunities

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Start this holiday season by supporting arts educational and enrichment opportunities

Join a movement affecting over 8,100 people this year.

2X Your impact this #GivingTuesday! Andrew Dreskin and Maria Raven Charitable Foundation to match up to $2,500.

This Giving Tuesday, JUNTOS wants YOU to move our international arts outreach programming forward. Aid our team in developing program expansion & sustainability, while strengthening bonds between cultures & countries, using arts & dance. JUNTOS’ international programming creates community between dancers from the United States & communities in Latin America, specifically Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua.

Last year, gifts from supporters like you put smiles on over 6,200 faces last year. JUNTOS has now progressed to make far-reaching and self-sustaining connections, and is thus looking to reach even more individuals in international communities to provide dance to those with little or low access to arts education.

This year, you can be part of the movement that will affect over 8,100 people this coming 2020.

When you donate to JUNTOS you support JUNTOS stretching our arms around endless numbers of university students, school children, high-schoolers, people living with HIV+, homeless youth, women & children domestic abuse survivors, families dealing with cancer, elders, & so many more.

This Giving Tuesday, we invite you to join the movement. Give the gift of dance, change a life.

$28: Give 25 school children one leadership oriented, 30 minute dance class in Guatemala

$49: Provide 30 seniors an hour long, healthy movement workshop in Colombia

$105: Enable 50 high schoolers with two confidence-building, dance workshops in Nicaragua

$250: Sponsor 100 Ballet Folklorico dancers access to 4 dance technique classes & choreography in Mexico

$495: Sponsor three free, professional dance concerts in a public hospital in Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, or Nicaragua