It Takes a Village
In response to overwhelming requests from aspiring young dancers to publicize their crowd funding campaigns through Brown Girls Do®Inc, we have established the 'It Takes A Village Directory'. The Directory seeks to shine a light on the crowd funding campaigns of aspiring dancers seeking to gain additional financial support from the public for the purposes of furthering their dance related education and training. Dancers are encouraged to submit their campaigns to Brown Girls Do Inc. for approval. Approved campaigns will be listed in this area where Brown Girls Do Inc. members and fans may peruse and support third party crowdfunding campaigns.
Brown Girls Do® Inc does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any information displayed on respective crowdfunding campaigns, uploaded, or distributed through these crowdfunding sites by any user, information provider or any other person or entity. We make no warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy and reliability of such content.
Donations made through third party crowd funding pages found on this directory are not donations made to Brown Girls Do Inc. Please review the individual donation details associated with the third party sites hosting the dancer's campaigns.
"I have watched Nessaja Camille transform from a bow-legged, pigeon-toed cherub of a baby, to a happy, but shy 7-year old who just wanted to dance. Now, through seven years of dedication and hard work, she has blossomed into a kind-hearted, beautiful dancer with serious aspirations of becoming a professional ballerina. On top of being a high school freshman who has maintained an A-B average throughout her entire educational career, she currently dances at least 8 hours per week. This work ethic has opened the door for many wonderful opportunities such as dancing in the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker in 2015, being selected as a Brown Girls Do Ballet Ambassador and dancing in the Open World Dance Foundation's production of Cinderella, featuring American Ballet Theatre's Misty Copeland and Calvin Royal III in 2016."...
"Hello! My name is Destiny Wimpye. I have been dancing for 11 years now! Over the last 5 years many of you have watched me move across the country, perform with some major artist and even dance at The White House! Looking back, I can see just how much I have grown as a dancer. I have one of the best mom's in the world because she literally gave up everything so that I could have those opportunities. "
am almost there guys, but the next few years are the most important and the level of training I receive will continue to be more demanding for me and for my mom financially. That is why I need your help.
"Alycia’s supreme work ethic and versatility, have allowed her to stand out in every class she takes, hip hop, contemporary, jazz, ballet and pointe. Alycia is at the studio every day, not only working hard in her own classes, but assisting with the younger ones, always humble and gracious, willing to lend a helping hand to anyone. She is role model not only in her dancing, but in her demeanor, in her generous heart. She is special and rare. She has not only the potential to be a professional dancer, but the potential to be a star..."