As the start of 2019 grows ever closer, we here at Dizzy Feet are taking a moment to reflect on a #DecadeofDizzy.

For 10 years Dizzy Feet has been able to serve over 150,000 of America’s youth by bringing dance education to underserved communities. 

But none of this would have been possible without our donors, sponsors and dedicated supporters of events like National Dance Day!

Their generous support has helped make our dream of bringing dance to communities that otherwise wouldn’t have access to such programs a reality. Allowing children and young adults across our nation find an avenue of self expression and a creative way to strengthen their bodies and expand their minds.

So, as we commemorate our organization’s 10th anniversary in the new year, we want to look back and celebrate the impact Dizzy Feet has had in our communities. But we also want 2019 to be one of our most successful years. We want to bring dance programs into more communities and touch more lives through the joy of dance.

In the coming weeks we’ll be sharing stories from just a few of the many programs that we have been able to support and build up.

Join us in our goal to make the start of 2019 at Dizzy Feet one of the best yet by donating today. Your tax-deductible gift is going to inspire generations of dance enthusiasts and help us make the art of movement, expression, and dance accessible to all.

Are you ready to be part of a #DecadeofDizzy?


The Dizzy Feet Foundation was founded by producers Nigel Lythgoe (So You Think You Can Dance), and Adam Shankman (Hairspray, Step Up).  The Dizzy Feet Foundation impacts communities and improves lives through the power of dance. We aim to inspire a new generation of dance enthusiasts by increasing access to dance education in underserved communities, informing the public on the many benefits of dance, and by working with organizations, partners and influencers across the country.


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

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.

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