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The Vacaville Ballet Company relies solely on the hard work of our dedicated volunteers and on the generous donations of individuals and businesses within our community.
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Become a Donor
We are continuously looking for anyone interested in supporting the arts and becoming a patron of VBC. As a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, you’re donation to VBC is tax deductible.
VBC is always looking for volunteers! From anything to sewing to organizing fundraisers, we highly value any and all volunteers! Interested in helping out? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Become a Donor
The Vacaville Ballet Theatre Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit performing arts organization. Ticket sales alone do not support our mission to promote arts education in our community. Together with the generous donations from our supporters, we are able to:
Present two annual semi-professional level full length productions
Provide an environment for youth to develop their skills as an artist and skills to become a well-rounded individual
Programs for the continued promotion of arts education, including outreach and scholarship programs.
As a thank you for your contribution, donors enjoy benefits at each level. Organizations and individuals wanting to support a specific program can dedicate their donation. Consider a donation to one of our scholarship funds.
Dave and Buff Fleming
Donna and Jay Fox
David and Shannon Gover
Doug and Darlene Schneider
Jean C. Cox
Jaysen and Katie Long
Andy and Denise Suihkonen
Don Miller and Andrea Hofmann-Miller
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Our productions reach thousands in Vacaville and its surrounding areas. Businesses interested in advertising can purchase ad space in one or both of our Season’s production programs. We also invite parents to acknowledge their dancer in the program with a sweet message or words of encouragement.