ClancyWorks Dance Company ( provides youths with healthy, fun and creative outlets for self-expression. The curriculum utilizes dance to teach leadership, collaboration skills, cultural awareness and personal enrichment. Annually, ClancyWorks Dance Company programs reach more than 5,500 economically challenged school-aged youths with limited access to arts education.

Serves: Metro region, statewide, national, international

What a donation buys:

• $250 provides a master class for up to 50 students.

• $1,000 covers the cost of one student to participate in the 10-week ASPIRE after school dance program.

• $10,000 covers the cost of a year-round after school program at one school serving 30 students for 60 hours of dance classes.

Volunteer opportunities:

• Weekly: Provide administrative services.

• Internships

• Student Service Learning hours

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