Tada Foundation Logo

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

GIVE TODAY

Through TADA Foundation, you can give back to dance education for three unique population groups Рchildren with disabilities, seniors, and those training to be professional dancers. 

GA Gives

OUR PROGRAMS

TADA Positive Motion Students

POSITIVE MOTION
(kids & teens)

The only dance arts education program of its kind in Atlanta, the Positive Motion program is a weekly one-hour dance class including ballet, jazz, and hip-hop for individuals aged 8+ with any physical or developmental disability.  Performances occur at the end of each session.

$450 Scholarship for everyone!

POSITIVE MOTION
(SENIORS)
DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY

Positive Motion for Seniors is a weekly dance class for senior citizens, designed to improve the quality of life for those suffering from mild to moderate dementia. 

The class is offered for free to the community thanks to support from Fulton County Arts & Culture and the City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs. 

Class meets on Tuesdays from 2:30-3:30 from Aug-May.

Class can be taken standing, seated, with a walker, or in a wheelchair.

TADA Pre-Professional Ballet Students

PRE-PROFESSIONAL BALLET TRAINING PROGRAM

Our classical ballet pre-professional training program is an intense 25-hour-per-week commitment. Classes focus on developing superior technique, along with a beautiful sense of musicality and artistry. The program includes opportunities to perform and compete at prestigious international ballet competitions.

TADA Ballet Students

Our mission is to provide opportunities for children and adults with and without disabilities to experience the joy of movement through dance instruction and performance opportunities.

TADA Foundation was created so that more individuals can experience the joys of dance and movement. To this end, dance is universally understood and it has the ability to bring people with diverse backgrounds together. In addition to being energizing for so many people, dance is an important type of physical activity that is often overlooked when one considers physical activity goals for themselves, or when assisting others in their goals. It is the intention of TADA Foundation, Inc. to establish resources that will benefit the community. The purpose of this is to offer instruction in dance and to deliver performances through community-based settings both locally and globally.

LOCATION