Printing Company Choreographs Fundraising Campaign for Indianapolis Performance Arts Nonprofit
Committed to making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities, PrintingCenterUSA in Great Falls, Mont., is again leveraging the power of its national customer base to fundraise for Indianapolis-based Kids Dance Outreach’s (KDO) Adaptive Dance program.
Beginning on April 30th, PrintingCenterUSA will donate a portion of proceeds from select products to a KDO program that supports child dancers with Down Syndrome through the month of May.
Currently in the middle of recital season, PrintingCenterUSA is printing countless dance recital programs for its clients. That’s why the launch of the company’s fundraising campaign coincides with KDO’s Event of the Year. Scheduled for April 30th in Indianapolis, the event brings children of all abilities together for a performance featuring original choreography and live music. Starting in June, however, KDO will host summer programs to include a course specifically for dancers with Down Syndrome under its Adaptive Dance program — which is what the proceeds from the fundraising campaign will go towards.
“Kids Dance Outreach was founded on the belief that all children are dancers. As an inclusive organization, when we bring kids of all abilities together our communities are stronger because of it," said KDO Founding Director Michael Johnson. "We are extremely excited about partnering with PrintingCenterUSA to provide further opportunities for the children who are too often left out.”
Last December, PrintingCenterUSA broke a record in rallying its customer base to make the largest donation ever by a company to the Special Olympics of Montana. The success of that campaign inspired the company to continue to make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities across the nation.
“After seeing how our customers came together in our last fundraising effort, we knew that we couldn’t just stop there,” said Matt Fey, media marketing manager for PrintingCenterUSA. “We are looking forward to helping KDO carry out its mission of empowering children with disabilities through the power of performance art.”
Founded in 2012, Kids Dance Outreach was created to give children of all backgrounds, abilities, and socio-economic status the opportunity to experience the power of dance. To date, the nonprofit has served over 9,000 children in the Indianapolis area at no cost to the children or their families.
“You do not have to be a business to donate to Kids Dance Outreach via PrintingCenterUSA,” said Fey. “In addition to offering affordable book printing, we also specialize in other products such as calendars with a free online design tool you can use to drag and drop photos, add colorful themed backgrounds, and create a sleek, professional wall calendar to share with family and friends.”
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