Purchase Show Tickets and Support a Charity

CARBON COPY - A DANCE CULTURE PRODUCTION

BEHIND THE SCENES OF CARBON COPY


November 17, 2019

5:00 PM Grapevine Palace Arts Center

300 S. Main St.

Grapevine, TX 76051

 
 
 
 

The Charity Challenge


DCC-PA is excited to announce The Charity Challenge to help dancers make a difference in our community. Selected dancers are producing a theatrical dance show to bring awareness to a variety of causes. All tickets are General Admission and proceeds support a variety of non-profit organizations that help assist those in need. the student who earns the most donations will receive an award and an additional donation gift to their charity.

How to Purchase Tickets:

STEP 1: CLICK ON THE STUDENT’S PICTURE TO SUPPORT THEIR CHARITY AND/OR PURCHASE TICKETS.

STEP 2: CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP A DANCER IN THE CHARITY CHALLENGE AND SUPPORT THEIR CHOSEN CHARITY.

STEP 3: If you’re attending the show, CLICK THE PROMO CODE BUTTON BELOW YOUR DANCER’S DONATION BUTTON. Be sure to use the student’s Promo Code when purchasing your ticket(s) to receive a discount and to help them in The Charity Challenge.

Dance Culture Center for Performing Arts is proud to partner with these notable organizations who are making a difference in our community and around the world. Your donation to these organizations enables artistic partnerships in our community, helps students learn to give, and makes a direct impact right where you live.

SUPPORT A DANCER


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The Charity Challenge - Turning Pointe Foundation

Established in 2007 to raise the quality of educational supports for children and young adults with autism, Turning Pointe Autism Foundation creates best practice learning environments to increase independence, improve communication and socially appropriate behaviors. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, we rely on the partnership of volunteers, donors, school districts and Employment Partners to ensure sustainable and meaningful future for our mission and students.

SUPPORT ALYSSA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT ALYSSA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - American Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association raises awareness and support in several ways. The Tour de Cure, the Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, and other events have helped make important headway against diabetes.

The events inspire people all over the world and take place in communities across the map. They help raise funds to support the mission as the association continues its critical work. They also help build a massive community of people who are united in the mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by this disease.

SUPPORT ANAHITA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT ANAHITA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - The Bridge

The Bridge was developed through a public-private partnership that raised nearly $25 million for a state-of-the-art homeless assistance center. The Bridge serves as a central entry point for the stabilization of chronically homeless individuals, helping them leave the streets for shelter and transitional housing, participate in healthcare, receive treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, find jobs, and move into permanent housing.

SUPPORT ANAYA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT ANAYA’S CHARITY

anjeli

 
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The Charity Challenge - Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

SUPPORT ANJELI’S CHARITY

SUPPORT ANJELI’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

SUPPORT DELANI’S CHARITY

SUPPORT DELANI’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Veteran’s Assistance Dogs of Texas

Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas trains service dogs to assist the lives of disabled Texas Veterans suffering from physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) or a combination of these disabilities.

This under-served group of Veterans who could benefit from and are seeking a service dog receive no assistance from The Veterans Administration with that need. As a result, a small number of organizations in Texas such as VA Dogs of Texas is receiving an increasing number of requests, and the gap between supply and demand is widening.

Once fully trained, the dogs are able to assist physically/mentally disabled individuals to accomplish daily tasks that would otherwise be difficult or impossible. Each dog’s training is customized to the individual needs of the Human Partner.

The dogs are trained to perform many tasks such as:

Get help in emergencies

Pick-up and retrieve items

Open & close doors and cabinets

Turn lights on / off

Pull a wheelchair

Provide bracing to stand, walk or sit down

SUPPORT HAWK’S CHARITY

SUPPORT HAWK’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - The Bridge

The Bridge was developed through a public-private partnership that raised nearly $25 million for a state-of-the-art homeless assistance center. The Bridge serves as a central entry point for the stabilization of chronically homeless individuals, helping them leave the streets for shelter and transitional housing, participate in healthcare, receive treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, find jobs, and move into permanent housing.

SUPPORT JASMINE’S CHARITY

SUPPORT JASMINE’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - The Bridge

The Bridge was developed through a public-private partnership that raised nearly $25 million for a state-of-the-art homeless assistance center. The Bridge serves as a central entry point for the stabilization of chronically homeless individuals, helping them leave the streets for shelter and transitional housing, participate in healthcare, receive treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, find jobs, and move into permanent housing.

SUPPORT MCKENZIE’S CHARITY

SUPPORT MCKENZIE’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

SUPPORT MELEA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT MELEA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - The Bridge

The Bridge was developed through a public-private partnership that raised nearly $25 million for a state-of-the-art homeless assistance center. The Bridge serves as a central entry point for the stabilization of chronically homeless individuals, helping them leave the streets for shelter and transitional housing, participate in healthcare, receive treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, find jobs, and move into permanent housing.

SUPPORT OLIVIA’S CHALLENGE

SUPPORT OLIVIA’S CHALLENGE

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The Charity Challenge - Veteran’s Assistance Dogs of Texas

Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas trains service dogs to assist the lives of disabled Texas Veterans suffering from physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) or a combination of these disabilities.

This under-served group of Veterans who could benefit from and are seeking a service dog receive no assistance from The Veterans Administration with that need. As a result, a small number of organizations in Texas such as VA Dogs of Texas is receiving an increasing number of requests, and the gap between supply and demand is widening.

Once fully trained, the dogs are able to assist physically/mentally disabled individuals to accomplish daily tasks that would otherwise be difficult or impossible. Each dog’s training is customized to the individual needs of the Human Partner.

The dogs are trained to perform many tasks such as:

Get help in emergencies

Pick-up and retrieve items

Open & close doors and cabinets

Turn lights on / off

Pull a wheelchair

Provide bracing to stand, walk or sit down

SUPPORT REYNA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT REYNA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Brain Injury Alliance

Texas Brain Injury Alliance (TexasBIA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is a Texas-wide community of people with brain injuries, their families, friends and dedicated professionals. TexasBIA is part of a network of state Brain Injury Alliances across the United States and is an affiliate of the national U.S. Brain Injury Alliance (USBIA).

Texas Brain Injury Alliance was organized in 1982 as the Texas Head Injury Association by a group of family members and healthcare professionals to meet the needs of brain injury survivors.

SUPPORT SARINA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT SARINA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Veteran’s Assistance Doge of Texas

Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas trains service dogs to assist the lives of disabled Texas Veterans suffering from physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) or a combination of these disabilities.

This under-served group of Veterans who could benefit from and are seeking a service dog receive no assistance from The Veterans Administration with that need. As a result, a small number of organizations in Texas such as VA Dogs of Texas is receiving an increasing number of requests, and the gap between supply and demand is widening.

Once fully trained, the dogs are able to assist physically/mentally disabled individuals to accomplish daily tasks that would otherwise be difficult or impossible. Each dog’s training is customized to the individual needs of the Human Partner.

The dogs are trained to perform many tasks such as:

Get help in emergencies

Pick-up and retrieve items

Open & close doors and cabinets

Turn lights on / off

Pull a wheelchair

Provide bracing to stand, walk or sit down

SUPPORT SOPHIE’S CHARITY

SUPPORT SOPHIE’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - The Bridge

The Bridge was developed through a public-private partnership that raised nearly $25 million for a state-of-the-art homeless assistance center. The Bridge serves as a central entry point for the stabilization of chronically homeless individuals, helping them leave the streets for shelter and transitional housing, participate in healthcare, receive treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, find jobs, and move into permanent housing.

SUPPORT TAYA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT TAYA’S CHARITY

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The Charity Challenge - Dance for PD

Dance for PD® offers internationally-acclaimed dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease in Brooklyn, New York and, through our network of partners and associates, in more than 250 other communities in 25 countries. In Dance for PD® classes, participants are empowered to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative.

SUPPORT TEA’S CHARITY

SUPPORT TEA’S CHARITY