Dizzy Feet Foundation Grants



  • Award Min: $0.00
  • Award Max: $0.00
  • Quantity: Unknown


  • Deadline: Sep 04, 2014

Applicants must an eligible non-profit or governmental
organizations. Programs must serve children under the age of 18.
Criteria include, but are not limited to, the number of children
served, the socio-economic population served, style(s) of dance
offered, the quality of education, and the qualifications of those
directly teaching dance within the program.


Broad range of organizations providing dance: DFF seeks to
support a wide variety of eligible organizations in order to
increase access to dance education and to meet the needs of those
children in under-served communities. In addition to standard
non-profit organizations, DFF also supports community programs
offered by libraries, community centers, parks & recreation,
social service agencies, and after school programs. Grants are
awarded to other 501(c) (3) and governmental organizations, not to
individuals or for-profit corporations.

Variety in the types of dance programs offered: DFF aims to
support programs in all styles of dance as well as programs that
offer diversity through delivery to those who would not otherwise
have the opportunity (e.g., programs for differently abled, foster
children, etc.).

Breadth of Reach: One of the key criteria in evaluating
applications is the number of students served. Naturally, DFF wants
its funding to support as many children as possible and to support
organizations to make efficient and effective use of our

Geographical Diversity: we support programs across the
United States and someday, hope to fund programs in all 50 states,
particularly in rural or other under-served areas where
opportunities for dance education may be more limited.

Additional Info:
Dizzy Feet Foundation
9336 Civic Ctr. Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Email: info@dizzyfeetfoundation.org