Financial Support

Tapestry Folkdance Center is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization. Please consider supporting your dance home by becoming a member of this dance community, or with a financial contribution for operations.

Tapestry Dance Cards

Tapestry now offers a rechargeable dance card. You can purchase a card for $50 (check, cash or credit) from a Tapestry volunteer at a dance. You can then use it to pay for entrance to any Tapestry-sponsored dance (not for rental partner dances, however). Once the prepaid amount is used up, you can refill it for any amount up to $1,000 using your credit card. A Tapestry volunteer can help you do that at the admissions station on a dance night.

NOTE: If your dance card is lost or stolen, you can report it and recover any money remaining on the card. DO write down the card number so it can be reported and tracked. Tapestry will not retain card numbers. This must be done by the card owner.

Becoming a Member

Membership has many benefits, including discounts on admission to most dances; a tax-deductible contribution; a member name button; invitations to the member meeting/potluck; a sense of connection with their dance community; and the satisfaction of contributing to the well-being of the organization. If you would like to become a member, please see our Membership page.

Make a Financial Contribution

We are very happy to receive donations in the form of checks, cash, gifts of stock, and electronically through PayPal (Tapestry pays the approximately 4% processing fees on electronic donations). If you would like to send a check, you can send it to our office at:
3748 Minnehaha Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55406

For electronic giving, please go to our Donate page.

Thank you for your generous support!

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