Twin Cities Ballet's Give to The Max Day Fundraiser 2023:
Donate between November 1 and November 30!
Twin Cities Ballet is relying on your support for Give to the Max Day 2023. Every donation, big or small, will help TCB continue to thrive!
We want to introduce you to our professional company dancers: Natalie, Michelle, Tyler, Isaac, MaryClaire, Lisandro, Shannon, and Thomas. We will be sharing some of their stories on our social media channels this month so that you can see their passion for sharing the love of ballet with our audiences.
Your gift will help us create beautiful performances for Twin Cities audiences. If you want to be a part of creating these important arts opportunities, then please give today!
If TCB raises $500 during Early Giving (between now and November 16th), we will receive a matching corporate donation from Ballet Royale Minnesota of $500, doubling your donations!
If we raise $5,000 by the end of Give to the Max Day, TCB will receive a Board Match of $5,000, doubling your donations again!
PLUS, if you donate on Give to the Max Day, you will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win the following prizes:
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 8–10, and we are adding even more Minnesota characters this year, and a brand-new Mississippi River Paddleboat! 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 on March 15–17 at Fitzgerald Theater, and May we finish out the season with Coppélia in Paris, TCB’s fun twist on ballet’s most popular comedy.
We look forward to sharing these works with you and invite you to join us and experience your gift in motion!
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.