Fundraising plays a large role in keeping dance fees affordable for all families. As such, families are required to participate in the club’s fundraising activities. Each family will need to submit a fundraising cheque for $300 (postdated April 1, 2024) along with their fees.This cheque WILL NOT BE CASHED as long as your fundraising requirements (Halloween cabaret, Mom’s Pantry, 50/50 sales and festival/recital shifts) are met.
Our annual Festival is our major fundraiser each year. Support from all dance families is required. During our Festival, each family will be required to work shifts. The number of shifts is dependent on enrollment. If a family only has a child in tiny ballet or tiny acro, you will have a reduced number of shifts. Everyone will be contacted once we are closer to Festival by one of the committee members to fit you into the schedule.
All dancers will be required to sell a minimum Mom’s Pantry profit of $100 per dancer up to $150 per family. Anything above that amount will be credited towards costume and competition fees. If you choose not to fundraise you can pay the minimum.
Each year Biggar School of Dance hosts a kids Halloween dance as a fundraiser for the club. Families are expected to work a shift/donate items. Exact requirements will be determined based on registrations.
In conjunction with our dance festival in the spring, each family is required to sell two books of tickets for our progressive 50/50 draw.
Our year end recital requires shifts such as set up, take down, music, lights, and MC to be filled.