Joel Schlessinger helps send dance students to the Outback Bowl through Just for KixPosted by in Uncategorized
Through organizations such as Just for Kix, dance students have the opportunity to travel, perform and meet other dancers from across the country. Joel Schlessinger recently made a donation to help students from the Omaha area travel to the Outback Bowl in Tampa Bay, Florida through Just for Kix. The dance tour brings together teenage dance students and performers for an unforgettable experience.
The donation from Joel Schlessinger will go toward travel and activity expenses.
Donations from generous sponsors such as Joel Schlessinger are one of the main sources of fundraising for participants. This fundraising helps pay for travel, hotel accommodations and other expenses. The trip consists of seven days and six nights that include dance practice, a banquet and trips to local destinations.
Just for Kix provides information to help participants reach their fundraising goals. The fundraising guide helps students bring together individuals and local businesses for a common goal. Along with ideas and organization tips, the information helps teens set guidelines and reach their goals.
Thanks to sponsors such as Joel Schlessinger, dance students get to perform for crowds of over 60,000.
Just for Kix brings together 500 performers along with coaches and choreographers from across the country to perform during the pre-game and halftime shows of the Outback Bowl. Students perform at Raymond James Stadium in front of over 60,000 fans. During the practices, performers learn choreography and field formations to create a unique show. Following practices, participants get to experience some of Florida’s attractions including the beaches, Disney World and Busch Gardens.
Each year, Just for Kix helps dance students pursue their dreams. Throughout the year, Joel Schlessinger donates to other organizations that help teens pursue their interests such as Louder Than a Bomb, a teen poetry festival, and the Omaha Burke High School band.
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