Support Our Project 

We believe in giving back to the community through our performances. YOU can help support this initiative of bringing professional dance to a wider audience by pledging your support. The PGK Project is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization; you can choose to give to The PGK Project by purchasing a shirt or making a tax-deductible donation at any of the levels listed below. 

*Your tax-deductible support of PGK’s performance and educational programs widens access and deepens appreciation of the arts through participatory dance workshops for schools and community groups. It also provides buses and tickets to schools to experience The PGK Dance Project’s professional performances. As well as summer intensive scholarships enabling talented dancers and choreographers with limited means to pursue advanced training.


      SILVER   Helps us maintain our facilities and expand our mission of making dance accessible to all.

SILVER
Helps us maintain our facilities and expand our mission of making dance accessible to all.

   GOLD   Helps support our dancers and choreographers who spread the joy of dance in our community.  

GOLD
Helps support our dancers and choreographers who spread the joy of dance in our community.  

   PLATINUM   Extend your support as we develop innovative productions and make them available for diverse audiences.

PLATINUM
Extend your support as we develop innovative productions and make them available for diverse audiences.

   RUBY   Be a part of a special project that can have a widespread impact– like San Diego dances!

RUBY
Be a part of a special project that can have a widespread impact– like San Diego dances!

   DIAMOND   Support half a season of local activities and have the goodwill of a happier community.

DIAMOND
Support half a season of local activities and have the goodwill of a happier community.

  SAPHIRE (10K+) & EMERALD (15K+)  Supports a full season of local activities. Be a part of shows staged for an entire tour.

SAPHIRE (10K+) & EMERALD (15K+)
Supports a full season of local activities. Be a part of shows staged for an entire tour.


Our Sponsors

 

EMERALD

The US State Department of Education & Culture

The City of San Diego

The California Arts Council

The San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture


DIAMOND

The Puffin Foundation

The Ascend Project Support Group

SAPHIRE

Dr. Stuart E. Schwartz & Karl Peterson

The Spearman Foundation 


PLATINUM

The San Diego Foundation

Office Depot

Vertical Response

Home Depot

Capezio UTC/La Jolla

RUBY

Western States Arts Federation

The National Endowment for the Arts A Great Nation Deserves Great Art


GOLD SUPPORTERS

Jazz 88.3

San Diego CityBeat

Wyndham Hotels

Hotel Vivyant Little Italy

Rodeway Inn Pacific Beach

Sue Brenner Photography

Grossmont College

Spanish Village Balboa Park

Bluefoot Art Bar & Lounge

San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau

City Ballet of San Diego

Friends of the Public Library

Coronado School of the Arts

Clark Construction

Univision

We Chinese Publications

San Diego Gay & Lesbian News Network

The Bailey Foundation

Vitamin Water

The Soda Bar

A Class Act Event Supplies

Valentina Kouznetsova

Multicultural California

Foundation for Form

Mathew Wuest

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors

The PGK Dance Project’s 2018 Season is funded, supported and sponsored by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, the California Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox, The Puffin Foundation, The Parker Foundation, Dr. Stuart E. Schwartz & Karl Peterson, The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, Dorothea Laub and other individual “PGK Partners” with additional support from Vertical Response, Office Depot, Culture Shock Dance Center, Discount Dance Supply, Capezio at UTC/LaJolla and Public Architecture and Planning, sponsored by Veteran Tickets Foundation, Arts4Vets, Womens Museum of California, San Diego City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole District 4, Radio Pulso del Barrio, San Diego Arts Foundation, Allegro Physical Therapy, DanceFX, Vanguard Culture, The San Diego Public Library, The Scripps Wellness Center, The Sherman Heights Community Center, The Horton Theater Foundation, Centro Cultural de la Raza, Hotel Vyvant, The Little Italy Business Association, Mission Federal Credit Union’s ARTWALK Little Italy, The Diamond Business District, Primary Focus and The Artists Odyssey, The Mexican Consulate San Diego, The Tijuana Cultural Center, Cuerpo en Transito Dance Festival/MX, CECArtsLink for cultural exchanges abroad, Food for Good, Job Corp San Diego, San Diego City Councilmember Todd Gloria District 3, San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego Performing Arts League, ArtsNorthwest, Bluefoot Art Bar & Lounge, San Diego Magazine, San Diego Theater Week, Arts for Learning, Rising Arts Leaders San Diego, Dance Resource Center Los Angeles, Malcolm X Library.

Rising Arts Leaders, an affiliate
of Americans for the Arts

SouthARTS

Target

The Puffin Foundation

The Wyndam Garden Hotel

Hotel Vivyant

Mission Federal Credit Union’s ArtWalk

3RD Space, co-working club for the Creative
Culture Shock Dance Center, HOME to all ‘PGK’ Classes and Rehearsals

SDSU School of Music & Danc

ArtPower/UCSD

The La Jolla Music Society

San Diego Youth Services

MetLife Creative Connections Meet the Composer

Bluefoot Bar & Lounge

Mojalet Dance Collective

Temecula Presents

PerformingArtsLive.com

Kate & George Willis

mjuanstudio

R.A. Zuckerman

Amanuel Zarzowski

Gary Allard Photography