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Our Supporters

We support survivors and educate communities through the transformative power of dance - and we couldn't do this work without you. Your donation matters. We thank the generous donors and community partners - those listed here and those who wish to remain anonymous - for their support.


Thanks to our financial and community supporters!

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Arizona Commission on the Arts:

This project is supported in part by the Arizona Commission on the Arts which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Arizona Women's Partnership, Inc.

is an all volunteer philanthropic non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the status of Arizona women and empowering women's grass roots organizations through mini grants and publicity. Learn more:

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Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona

funded by the City of Tucson and Pima County.

Gila Donor Advised Fund

through the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

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Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona & UNIDAS Leadership & Philanthropy Program,

One Billion Rising

in Tucson, Arizona shows solidarity against the exploitation of women around the world.


CATALYST Collaborative Arts & Makers Space

is a first-of-its-kind innovative space where culture, collaboration and community intersect (and the new home of Esperanza Dance Project!). Learn more:

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona

This annual event brings together hundreds of child welfare and well-being professionals from across the state to collaborate, be inspired, and take home tools to strengthen families and protect children. Learn more:


Healthy Families Arizona (HFAz) is designed to help expectant and new parents get their children off to a healthy start. Families are screened according to specific criteria and participate voluntarily in the program. Learn more:


Take Back the Night

This annual event is organized in Tucson and across the nation to speak out and raise awareness about sexual violence and provide support to survivors. Learn more:


The Tucson Festival of Books

is a free annual book fair held in Tucson, Arizona during the second weekend in March. Learn more:


Eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Learn more:

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OneAZ Community Foundation

Since 2016, the OneAZ Community Foundation has provided over $1 million in grants and funding to Arizona nonprofit organizations through this program and other donations.  

To learn more about the OneAZ Community Foundation, visit

A financial contribution to Esperanza Dance Project allows us to help others find support and healing from childhood sexual violence, empower young adults as peer advocates and present multimedia performances to youth and the Arizona community at large. Esperanza Dance Project is a nonprofit organization operating under Employer Identification Number (EIN) 82-2280520. Click here or on the button below to see how you can support us.

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