Support BMD on June 4 for Do More 24

On June 4, give where you live by donating to Bowen McCauley Dance!

We are joining the Do More 24 campaign to raise money for our Outreach and Education Programs. BMD provides free and affordable classes and programming to children, adults, seniors, and people with Parkinson’s Disease. Learn more about BMD’s Community Engagement. Specifically, our Dance for PD program, which provides year-round dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners, needs your support. We offer classes for free in five locations each week. BMD is the only dance company in the Metro-DC area to provide Dance for PD-free weekly dance classes in partnership with the Mark Morris Dance Group. Learn more.

The third annual Do More 24 online fundraiser will begin at 12:00 AM and end at 11:59 PM on June 4th.  Our goal is to raise $5,000.

The innovative fundraiser brings together more than 500 nonprofits that serve in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Please consider supporting BMD by making a donation on June 4 as part of Do More 24.   Help us spread the word by sharing this opportunity with your friends and relatives. Every donation matters!

Click to Donate to BMD’s Giving Page.

Your gift of $24…  Allows a person with Parkinson’s disease and their care-partner to enjoy a summer series of dance classes.
Your gift of $48…  Puts a talented teaching artist into a education program or Dance for PD classroom.
Your gift of $124…  Provides ongoing professional development training for our faculty of Dance for PD teachers.
Your gift of $240…  Helps fund a semester-long dance residency for socio-economically diverse students in our Kenmore Junior Company program at Kenmore Middle School .
Your gift of $480…  Covers one week of rehearsals for our hard-working professional dancers.
“Powered by United Way of the National Capital Area, Do More 24 is a local movement that encourages donors to contribute to the causes and organizations closest to their hearts to solve our region’s most pressing challenges.”