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 Little By Little Events

Hispanic Month

Little by Little volunteers and members donated their time and talent to a school in Rhode Island, in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Bailando por Puerto Rico

A year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico still struggles to regain what hasn’t been lost for good 

“Go Back To Dance”, a dancewear drive to help students from Kim's Performing Arts Center in Dickenson, Texas, who are still trying to recover from the devastating floods caused by Hurricane Harvey.


Red Danza - Colombia

Raquel and Ana Maria Arango Gonzalez, representing, invited to dance a group of kids by Red de Danza de Medellín a project organized by the City, that helps to teach and perform to more 500 low income dancers. Besides the dance class, in a joint effort with Claudia Cadena Danza, the non profit org. created by Raquel, Little by Little, donated dance cloths and shoes to Red Danza Medellin.

De Novo

The event’s proceeds are to go towards TOKYO and Alisha, whom are well loved choreographers in the industry. They recently had a devastating loss when their home caught on fire and they lost everything. In the spirit of Little by Little we are hoping to contribute to the rebuilding of their home


Dance for Haiti

Little By Little ( is proudly partnering with Dance for Haiti. Dance for Haiti is an event that includes a workshop with dance teachers from New York and Boston on November 26th 2016 at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut from 8 am to 5 pm. The funds from this event go directly to help the families after the damage done in Haiti.

Little by Little is participating by collecting dance clothes for 50+ dancers in Port-au-Prince. We would love to have any Little by Little members that are available to be there that day (dancers or non-dancers) to receive the dance clothing being donated. You will be the ambassadors present at the event.


"Dancers for the Flood victims in Lousiana"

 "Little By Little" has a new mission: "Dancers for the Flood victims in Lousiana". email to Our friend Amanda Belk is in the region. With her coordination, we want to send some help to a dance studio that has lost everything, as well as many of dancer’s homes!


Misty Danielle Copeland, first African-American principal ballerina of the American Ballet Theater (ABT), one of the most prestigious companies of the United States, arrived in Cuba to conduct a visit as part of the Program of Cultural and Sports Ambassadors of the State Department.Copeland delivered gently used dance cloths, costumes and shoes donated by Little - By Little in a join  in a joint effort with Michael Eizenberg, President of Educational Travel Alliance

Inclusion Activities

Encourage Kids / Make a Wish, etc

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