The MN ‘Give-Together’ is On It’s Way!

No matter how you are involved, Rhythmically Speaking inspires.

Touted by Dance Magazine as ‘revitalizing jazz and rhythm-based dance in the Twin Cities area,’ we are proud to support and present quality performance work. The theater is booked and production is underway for our 2015 show, but we need your help to make it happen. We are grateful for how our supporters have responded to GiveMN’s past ‘Give to the Max Day’s, and hope to continue the trend on November 13th!

Ticket sales cover theater rental, but it is only with your contributions that we can continue to offer meaningful stipends to artists for their work. Your contributions will directly compensate the 2015 choreographers for their creative costs, time and effort in generating thought-provoking new choreographic work that enriches our community.

Your support on Give to the Max Day can go further than it might any other day. That day, our fiscal sponsor Springboard for the Arts will provide an additional $10 for every donation we receive between 10 and 11am CST! Additionally, we are eligible to win up to $10,000 additional dollars for making it onto the Leaderboard (top 10 fundraisers) for organizations with annual budgets of under $10,000. This is truly possible for us, so any amount you can donate makes a difference. It couldn’t be easier (or more impactful!) to securely donate online.

If you think Rhythmically Speaking makes Minnesota a richer, brighter place to live, be a mover, shaker, groover, maker by taking advantage of this simple way to contribute to our work; just click the ‘DONATE’ button on the sidebar to your left!

As always, groove on, rhythm-lovers!

Erinn Liebhard
Artistic Director
Rhythmically Speaking

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