Support

CORE needs your help!

Our performances, presentations and outreach programs would not be successful without the generous support of our communities. With a simple gift of time, talent and/or money, you can join a team that not only supports creativity and movement, but also serves as a resource for local and national artists of all disciplines. When you support CORE, you support an organization built on efficiency, innovation, and community impact.

How You Can Get Involved

Make a Donation
Donations small and large help us share contemporary dance with diverse audiences across the globe… you can even select to have your contribution support a project of your choice.
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Volunteer
Lending your time and talents can provide a meaningful experience for you while helping others. Volunteers are vital to our work and your valuable skills and fresh perspectives will make a difference for CORE as well as for our constituents.
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Get Your Company Involved
Join other local companies that support CORE through sponsorships. Examples of sponsorship benefits include recognition in our Annual Report; corporate employee engagement opportunities; and presence on marketing collateral. Contact Fund Development at development@coredance.org for more information.

Shop for our Cause

Through portals like GoodSearch, GoodShop, and Amazon, your normal purchases can support the mission of CORE.
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CORE is a part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Register your Kroger Plus Card at krogercommunityrewards.com, and earn rewards for CORE every time you shop.
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Raise Awareness
Advocate for CORE by contacting your elected officials or by spreading the word about us in your social networks (or joining ours). Whether you prefer blogging, Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Reddit or others, every post helps raise awareness about our programs and productions.

However you choose to get involved, you will bring us closer to fulfilling our mission of opening channels of communication and education between artists and the community.

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