We receive funding through grants, individual contributions, corporate giving, special events, and fundraising event patrons as well as donations of goods and services. We are honored and humbled by your support.
Grants are the lifeblood of an organization. We have been honored to receive grants from public funds and private foundations. From 2010 through August of 2017, Breanna’s Gift has received seven grants from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC) to help support our program. These grants are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from MRAC, thanks to a legislature appropriation from the State’s General Fund.
Individual donors have been incredibly generous in their continued support of our organization through donations, class sponsorships, silent auction donations for fundraising events, dance shoes and costumes, art supplies and gifts of time and talent.
From lemonade stands to piano reviews, birthday party donations and dance line competitions, we watched children of all ages get involved in wonderful ways. It’s amazing and so heartfelt. There are so many creative ways to come together and make a difference. Let us know if you’d like to get involved.
We have been privileged to receive support from corporations and organizations through direct contributions, Patronships of our yearly fundraising event Breanna’s Star, and corporate giving programs.
We have received support from so many and wish to thank you for being a part of our program: Ameriprise Corporate Giving, Rick & Tamra Anderson, Art Force, The Bainey Group, Gayle Becker, Blue Cross-Blue Shield Corporate Giving, DangerStudios, Drew Press, Jon Drew, Edina Cleaners, Firenet Systems, Inc, Gardner Builders, Graybar, Bob and Jo Anne Hoertsch, The KNW Group, Dan & Julie Loney, LVC, Low Voltage Contractors, Marge Meyer Associates, Inc., MOD-PAC, Nate Albrecht CPA, JD, Parsons Electric, Restoration Systems, Room and Board, Ed & Cindy Schabert, Sever Construction, SHEba Concept & Design, Thomson Reuters Corporate Giving, Werner Electric, Eric Widi