Thank you for your support!
On November 16th, the Esperanza Dance Project hosted a very special fundraising event, a silent auction and performance of "House of Hope"
We can't say thank you enough,
for all the love and support at the event. With over 26 donations of goodies for our silent auction, we hade a huge variety of items to bid on! We also had a very powerful performance of "House of Hope" and a heartfelt discussion following the performance with the audience, the dancers and Artisitic Director, Beth Braun.
With over 135 attendees, this event meant a lot to us as an organization. Our goals was to raise funds to print the curriculum we take into high schools and distribute to every student who sees the performance. The educational study guide is full of information and statistics, and provides local and national resources for getting help and getting educated on childhood sexual violence.
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS!
Please reach out and support this amazing local organizations, as they have been so generous in supporting the Esperanza Dance Project! Mrs. Audrey’s Academic Achievement, Tiny Town Surplus, Pop Cycle, Antigone Books, Tucson Massage Therapies, Tami Arthur, Mister Car Wash, Westward Look Resort Spa, Raul Mendoza, Grace and Zoe Rhyne, Artemesia Soaps, Forty Niner Country Club, Samantha Transue, Jessica Anguiano, Tadeo Velasquez-Celaya, APO Pottery, Spark Project Collective, Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides, Boxing Inc, Mary Jean Galivan, Roxy’s Skin Care, Carmelita Galvan, Rene Valdez, Christine Kindred from R Salon Day Spa and See’s Candies!
AND THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT TO SUPPORT!
Thank you for making this event such a huge success!
We appreciate your time and support. Together we can breathe hope and courage into the lives of those who have experienced the trauma of sexual violence.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
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Meet Beth Braun - Voyage Phoenix
Taking its name form the Spanish word for “hope”, The Esperanza Dance Project is a one-of-a-kind, community-based collaboration that spreads awareness and educates about childhood sexual abuse and sexual violence through dance, music and narrative with a powerful performance created for youth and performed by youth.