About Campaign

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At Singapore Dance Theatre, we believe in making the arts accessible to everyone, including the low-income, underprivileged, and disabled in our society. Our hope is to share our greatest joy for dance with those who may not have the privilege of attending a dance performance by their own means.

As such, we would like to seek your heartfelt contributions in making such blissful experiences possible for even more children from a wide range of organisations in Singapore. Your donation can help us to go a long way in bringing joy to these little ones.

For a donation of S$300, a group of 10 beneficiaries will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of enjoying a performance by Singapore Dance Theatre. Donors will be entitled to a 250% tax deduction.

Contact us at [email protected] for more information.

About the Charity

OUR VISION
Singapore Dance Theatre is an ambassador for dance and for Singapore; bridging any divides and differences to establish resonance for both practitioners and audiences through quality performances and engaging educational and outreach activities, thereby strengthening the appreciation and love of dance as an art form.

OUR MISSION
To be an internationally well-regarded professional dance company that is known for its unique ability to shine in classical, neo-classical and contemporary repertoire, with works that are timeless and inspiring.

ABOUT US
Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) was founded in 1988 by Goh Soo Khim and Anthony Then. The Company has since developed into Singapore's premier professional dance company comprising of 35 Company dancers plus apprentices. More than a decade on, SDT continues to have the privilege of performing a myriad of repertoires in a world-class performing arts venue for exhilarating audiences. In the course of each year, the Company performs six seasons annually.

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

SUPPORTED CAUSES
Arts & Heritage
Children & Youth
Community
Families