The Snowblower Ballet has two non-profit fiscal sponsors. One is the Miami Foundation and the other is Springboard For the Arts based in St. Paul.
That means your donations to the Snowblower Ballet are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
And we need your help. Even though we’re a recipient of a grant award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Arts Challenge, we won’t get any of the funds unless we match the grant with donations from the community.
The funds will be used to rent a venue, pay for dancers, a choreographer and an orchestra, hire a videographer and drone pilot and get the snowblowers, shovels and costumes that will be used in this free, fun, joyful and beautiful performance for the community.
Which is where you come in. Under the incubator program in the Springboard for the Arts, we have a fund set up on GiveMN where you can contribute. Just click on that green logo right here:
Or you can make a tax-deductible donation to the Snowblower Ballet Fund set up for us at the Miami Foundation here.
Finally, you can donate by a check made out to The Miami Foundation, 40 NW 3rd St., Suite 305, Miami, FL 33128. Be sure to write the “Snowblower Ballet Fund” on the memo line.
Interested in making an in-kind donation of goods or services? We’ll need everything from snow shovels to earflap hats for ballerinas to help with accounting.
Contact us at 651-336-6975 or drop us a line if you’d like to know more about how to help out.