Mark DeGarmo Dance's Dance Party of the Year!
Mark DeGarmo Dance
Mark DeGarmo Dance’s DANCE PARTY OF THE YEAR! promises to inspire, engage, and break through our current isolation with commitment to bringing dance education to under-resourced BIPOC communities and public schools across NYC. Virtual Dance for Dance for Social Change 2021, is an online broadcast and live event to connect people in NYC, the USA, and around the globe, its local, national, and international supporters and donors, on Thursday, April 29th starting at 6:30 PM Eastern (U.S.) Time on Zoom.
The evening will include presentations, testimonials, silent auction of online activities, a dance lesson, and dancing with DJ Steve, a professional DJ and event MC with Make a Mark Events in the Boston area. This year’s dance party will have some fun surprises, as will the entire evening.
Purchase tickets and sponsorships online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/142141582299
Participate in the silent auction at: www.biddingowl.com/vd4d2021
Virtual Dance for Dance for Social Change 2021 is Mark DeGarmo Dance’s annual community celebration and Dance Party of the Year that raises awareness and critical funds to support MDD’s mission and programs with an emphasis on education, performance, and intercultural community through dance arts. Our total outreach across last year’s programs included 2,200,000 people.
MDD’s dance education program, Partnerships in Literacy through Dance and Creativity©, was heralded as “a national model” by the National Endowment for the Arts. President Barack Obama commended MDD for “your service to your communities and the nation.” Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer designated Nov. 17, 2017 as “Mark DeGarmo Dance Day in Manhattan.” Miss America 2019 Nia Imani Franklin performed at Dance for Dance 2019.
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