Success… in the studio, on stage and in life
Established in 2005, the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas fulfills the developmental needs of serious young dancers, regardless of economic background, in a safe, nurturing and pre-professional dance company environment. Individuals, Foundations and Corporations provide the resources crucial for delivering the highest level of training, performance and outreach throughout the year.
You can support the Ballet Conservatory in a variety of ways and through multiple giving options. However you choose to support the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas – and at whatever level – your generosity is both essential and truly appreciated.
Your support makes a meaningful difference at the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas. Contributions from donors like you are critical to sustaining the Conservatory’s high artistic standing, its financial well-being and support of pre-professional training and outreach programs.
When you donate to the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas, you’re investing in the future of the performing arts in San Antonio. Your support has a significant impact on youth, on our community and on our culture.
Your contributions directly support:
- Scholarships preserve the mission to make ballet accessible to all children
- School Day performances allow over 3500 children from underserved communities to experience the power and beauty of dance at no cost
- High-caliber performances enhance the cultural vitality of our city
- Ballet classes for underserved youth in San Antonio at no cost
Your support of the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas benefits everyone and enriches the cultural landscape in San Antonio. We applaud you for making a difference.
Click here to learn about the different levels of giving and the benefit packages.
For more information, contact Elysia Hulings at 210-820-3400 or email@example.com.
Friends and Supporters
2017-2018 Annual Giving Donors
Thank you to all the supporters of the Ballet Conservatory of South Texas. You are a champion for young artists in our community and provide them with the tools to succeed in the studio, on stage, and in life.
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