Eighty-seven cents out of every dollar earned by NDEO is returned to the field in programs and services while only thirteen cents per dollar supports administrative costs. This is remarkable for any business. Every gift made to NDEO truly is an investment in the future of dance education! The NDEO is thankful for all donations received.
Cash is a direct and simple way to make a charitable gift. NDEO has several funds to which individuals or groups can contribute. They include the following:
- Diana Domoracki-Kisto Memorial Fund
Make your donations here
to honor the legacy and memory of Diana Domoracki-
Kisto. Diana was a dynamic educator, outstanding advocate, and friend of NDEO. You may also include letters to Diana's family here as well.
Donations designated to support the ongoing growth of the Online
Development Institute. In honor of Founding Executive
Director Jane Bonbright
and her many years of dedicated service to NDEO. Donate now!
- Student Conference Support
This fund helps underwrite the conference registration fees of $90 per student
for undergraduate and graduate students attending the NDEO National
Conference. Donors can specify the name of a specific student or school to whom
the funds should apply or make an general (unnamed) contribution. Donate now!
Donate $1,000 to NDEO and Name Your Day! Send your contribution to NDEO
along with the special day of the year your select to honor a mentor, friend,
loved one, or yourself. That special day--maybe a birthday, anniversary, or
other special occasion--becomes your honoree's day for one year on the
NDEO national events calendar. Special certificate also included. Renew your
gift annually to renew the honor. Donate now!
Donate $501 annually and join the club supporting NDEO as a 501(c)(3) non-
profit organization offering educational benefits to its members and the
nation. Donate now!
NDEO Works! A Past President's fundraiser in which you donate $50 or
more to support the development of two very important new
programs: the Online Professional Development Institute (OPDI) and the Dance
Entry Level Teacher's Assessment (DELTA), a dance
exam for entry-level teachers seeking K-12 certification in
dance. Funds also
support day to day operations and the expansion of the
Society for Dance Arts, the enrichment of the Dance Education
Research descriptive index, the growth of our Student Chapter
higher education and an increase in the range of publications and
Make a donation of any amount up to $100 and become a Friend of NDEO.
NDEO cherishes its Friends and is grateful for your support. Donate now!
NDEO's goal is to build the Endowment Fund to at least $5 million in total
assets in order to dedicate the interest garnered from the fund to support
annual operating expenses and to ensure long-term stability. Donate now!