Why Danspace Project needs your support
This year is Danspace Project’s 40th Anniversary! And you, as an audience member and patron, can really make a difference in our ability to continue to present risk-taking dance in an environment unlike any other in the United States.
Your tax-deductible contribution makes it possible for Danspace Project to fulfill our mission: to present new work in dance, support a diverse range of choreographers in developing their work, encourage experimentation, and connect artists to audiences.
Supporting Danspace Project is easy! You can make a contribution in any amount at any time online or by sending a check, made out to Danspace Project, to: Danspace Project, 131 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003. Your gift of any size is greatly appreciated.
Don’t forget to check with your employer to see if they have a matching gift program. If they do you can increase the impact of your gift to Danspace.
You can also show your support by attending Danspace Project's annual spring Gala honoring outstanding members of the cultural and artistic community and featuring stellar, star-studded performances. If you have any questions about supporting Danspace through the Gala, other patron programs, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Peggy Cheng at (212) 674-3838 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Member
Becoming a member is a great way to get to know us better and become engaged in our creative community. Our membership program starts at just $30 and benefits include ticket discounts, invitations to special events, and opportunities to connect with our artists. Support the presentation of innovative new dance, get great deals on tickets, and much more!
Find the level that's right for you and join Danspace Project as a member today!
You may also join us by sending a check made payable to Danspace Project to:
131 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003
Please contact Michael DiPietro if you have any questions about membership.
Thank you for your support!
Danspace Project is a non-profit organization established under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Photo: Merce Cunningham, Cynthia Mayeda, Harvey
Lichtenstein and Elizabeth Streb at the 2009
Danspace Project Gala
Photo by Vincent and Jennifer Keane