2019 Mayor’s Ball
YOUR FEET WILL BRING YOU WHERE YOUR HEART IS
– Irish proverb
WE INVITE YOU TO BRING YOUR FEET TO DANCE, AND YOUR HEART TO GIVE!
In 2019, funds raised through your generous gifts and attendance at the Mayor’s Ball will benefit three exemplary arts organizations offering arts programs and cultural experiences that enrich and define Beaverton. Your support will have significant positive impact on these organizations: iSing Choir, Beaverton Civic Theatre and Beaverton Arts Foundation’s grants and scholarships program.
BRING YOUR HEART TO GIVE!
“The Mayor’s Ball helps make the world a better place through music. The ISing Choir is an all-volunteer choir of 80 singers that present free concerts, featuring and benefiting selected local non-profits. 100% of the donations collected support each featured organization. In 2019 two of the beneficiaries will be the Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation Foundation, with the focus of supporting the new Mountain View Champions Park, Oregon’s first athletic field for people of all abilities, and the Musical Education Assistance Program, which helps low income, at-risk students with musical talent to be trained and mentored by a professional musician at no or reduced costs. 2019 will mark the year ISing has raised more than a quarter million dollars for important causes in our area.” – ISing Choir
“In 2016 the Mayor’s Ball helped the Beaverton Civic Theatre (BCT) launch a Young Audience (YA) series. Support from the Mayor’s Ball maintains this series. Annually, the BCT produces two YA productions. These family-friendly performances have been recognized by the Oregon Department of Education Early Learning as a Brain Building program. The performances include interactive lobby displays featuring the 5 Early Literacy practices of read, write, sing, play and talk.” – Beaverton Civic Theatre
"The Mayor's Ball helps to raise funds, and awareness for the Beaverton Arts Foundation's grants and scholarships program, which provides support to both nonprofit arts organizations, and young artists pursuing their own creative expression. These are critical dollars that make education programs happen, provide personal instruction and training, pay competition entry fees and travel expenses, and helps students access higher education." – Beaverton Arts Foundation
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