CityDance Awarded Wells Fargo Cultural Excellence Grant
Thank you to Wells Fargo for awarding CityDance a $15,000 Cultural Excellence Grant to support enrichment activities for students!
“We are proud to award CityDance with a Wells Fargo Cultural Excellence Grant to support their DREAM program, a year-round, tuition-free dance training program integrated with academic and family support,” said Anna Bard, SVP, community affairs manager for Wells Fargo. “Here at Wells Fargo, we understand the importance of the arts and celebrate those organizations that create innovative programming and connect students with Greater Washington’s vibrant cultural scene.”
Wells Fargo Cultural Excellence Grants celebrate the creativity of our cultural sector and express our belief that together we can open young minds to experiences, talents, and dreams they may not otherwise develop. Cultural Excellence Grants are awarded to art, culture, science, and history organizations that promote education through innovative school collaborations and non-traditional teaching.About Wells Fargo
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