The Dizzy Feet Foundation educates the public of the benefits of the art of dance, expands access to dance education, and develops a new generation of dance enthusiasts. We impact communities and improve lives through the power of dance by working with organizations, partners and influencers across the country – supporting programs in schools, after-school programs, social service agencies, homeless shelters and juvenile detention centers. Unifying communities through the art of dance.

We believe:
– dance makes better human beings. Better human beings make better communities
– in making movement, expression & dance accessible to all
– dance is important for the human body’s mental & physical health

Providing the change we want to see to keep the arts and dance alive.

Your support has opened up a whole new beautiful world for me. I will keep working as hard as I can to uphold the honor it has been to be one of the first recipients of the Dizzy Feet Scholarship.Sterling Baca
Sterling Baca2009-2010 Scholarship Recipient
You have allowed so many wonderful things to happen in my life ….. I was able to reach my dreams by getting into Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre before graduating from college. Bless you! Bless you! Bless you!Jacqueline Green
Jacqueline Green2010-2011 Scholarship Recipient
I am forever grateful for this amazing scholarship. My dream is to become a member of American Ballet Theatre and this scholarship has given me the opportunity to continue my training and the inspiration to work even harder to achieve my goals. It will also allow me to be a role model for other dancers my age. My favorite quote is “Nothing Is Impossible, for the word itself says I’m Possible.” I want kids to believe in themselves and go for their dreams because they really can come true!Athena Petrizzo
Athena PetrizzoAngelia Ballerina
I know there are many, many dancers nationwide who wouldn’t be able to follow their dreams of becoming a professional dancer without scholarships like this one. My parents work in the performing arts and getting this scholarship helps me and my family.Catherine Hurlin
Catherine HurlinAngelia Ballerina
Throughout my dancing career, I want to inspire others globally and show them the power & true honesty that dancing can give a person.Rachel Furst
Rachel Furst2011-2012 Scholarship Recipient

Get Involved

There are many ways to support the Dizzy Feet Foundation. As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, we gladly accept tax-deductible contributions from corporations, patrons, supporters, and dance fans. We also host several events throughout the year, to celebrate the art of dance and to raise money for the Foundation. Please visit our site often for up-to-the-minute information and join the conversation by providing us with your email address below.

Donate Now

In order to further our mission, DFF accepts tax-deductible contributions from corporations, patrons, supporters, and dance fans and raises additional funds through direct solicitations, fundraisers, and other events. DFF is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

You can contribute directly by clicking on the “donate” button below which will take you to Network for Good which handles the contributions on Dizzy Feet Foundation’s behalf.

National Dance Day

Saturday July 29, 2017

National Dance Day is an annual celebration that takes place on the last Saturday in July. This grassroots campaign encourages Americans to embrace dance as a fun and positive way to maintain good health, combat obesity and engage with dance in it’s many forms. Dizzy Feet Foundation co-hosts events in each year in key cities across the country and encourages people attend and throw their own dance events in your area.


The Dizzy Feet Foundation provides scholarships to talented students studying at accredited dance schools, studios, universities, and institutions.  We’d like to congratulate all of our Scholarship recipients.

To find out more about our Scholarship Program, click on the “Find Out More” button below.

Contact Information

We always love to hear from our supporters and those who are passionate about dance. We have created a Frequently Asked Question section on the website. If you can’t find the answers you need there, then please submit your questions below.

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  • Dizzy Feet Foundation C/O Jones & Associates, 6300 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 860, Los Angeles, CA 90048
  • 855.333.9376