Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota

A nonprofit organization

$12,429 raised

100% complete

$10,000 Goal

Twin Cities Ballet's Give to The Max Day Fundraiser 2022: 

Donate between November 1 and November 30!

Twin Cities Ballet is relying on your support for Give to the Max Day 2022. Every donation, big or small, will help TCB continue to thrive! We are passionate about sharing the love of ballet with our community, but we can only do it with your help. 

Have you ever wondered what your donation can do for TCB?


  • One headpiece costs about $30 (and there can be hundreds of hats & headpieces in each production!)

  • The snow that falls during the Snow Scene in A Minnesota Nutcracker costs about $50 each year. The magic of that moment? Priceless.

  • A single pair of pointe shoes is over $100 (and each company dancer can go through up to 1 pair per week!)

  • A new costume averages between $300 and $500, and a custom tutu can be anywhere from $500 to $1,000. 

  • It costs $1,000 to rent a single backdrop.

Your gift helps us create beautiful performances for the Twin Cities community! If you want to be a part of creating these important arts opportunities, then please give today!

Double your Donation!

If TCB raises $500 between November 1 and November 17th, we will receive a matching corporate donation from Ballet Royale Minnesota of $500, doubling our donations!

If we raise an additional $4,000 on Give to the Max Day itself, Thursday, November 17, TCB will receive a Board Match of $4,000, doubling our donations again. 

Help keep Twin Cities Ballet on Pointe by doubling your donations for this year’s Give to the Max Day!

Twin Cities Ballet Upcoming Performances: 

A Minnesota Nutcracker will return to Ames Center on December 9–11, and this year will be more Minnesotan than ever with new costumes & choreography! We are also bringing back our smash-hit Pink Floyd’s The Wall: A Rock Ballet with live music from local tribute band Momentary Lapse of Floyd, and in May we finish out the season with Cinderella 1944, one of TCB’s most popular original story ballets. 

We look forward to sharing these works with you and invite you to join us and experience your gift in motion! Thank you for your continued support!


Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota (TCB) is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional ballet company located in the Twin Cities’ South Metro. Our mission is to connect and enrich communities by making ballet approachable, relatable, and fun, through professional and original productions and educational outreach.

These activities are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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