The Blue Shoe Project relies heavily on the support of donors and grantors to make our programs possible. Without your generous support, it would be impossible to bring our programs to the students we serve.
Your money goes farther – The Blue Shoe Project’s program is one of the most financially accessible music arts education programs. We reach about as many or more children annually than any other arts organization, including the symphony and the ballet, and for a fraction of the cost. This means your donation makes a much greater impact.
Reaching underserved children – No child should be deprived of the opportunity to experience the arts because of socio-economic circumstances or the limitations of geography. One of the key attributes of our organization is serving those in need. Approximately 74% of the children who participate in our programs would be considered underserved, comprised primarily of low income urban or rural students.
Rural school districts routinely suffer from performing arts presenters who will not serve rural populations and as a result students miss these rich learning experiences. Urban districts also suffer from lack of funding. Children should not suffer due to circumstances beyond their control, and this is where your donation can make a significant difference.
We invite you to make a secure donation online or also send your donations to us directly at:
The Blue Shoe Project
P.O. Box 1375
Colleyville, Texas 76034
The Blue Shoe Project periodically posts happenings on the social networks Facebook and Twitter, so be sure to come follow us. This is a great way to help show your support for our mission as well as stay informed on upcoming events and news about The Blue Shoe Project. We invite you to visit us now, “like” the page and be sure to share the information with your friends.
It takes the dedicated support of volunteer interns to make our organization and the programs we present a success. If you’re a dedicated student with a desire to make a difference, we invite you to apply to become an intern. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the non-profit and performing arts world from an established and growing organization.