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Fiscal Sponsorships

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Fiscal Sponsees

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Donate to She Rose Show

Brought to you by Marya Stark and Sedona Swan Soulfire ‘The She Rose Show’ emerges as a transmission of
beauty, hope and liberation through the tending of community and the awakening of imagination.
The show offers an immersive multi-modality experience of sacred song, dance, ritual theater, puppeteering
and visuals in celebration of the emergent divine feminine and the possibilities that arise when we collectively
choose love and unity as a way forward. The She Rose Show seeks to inspire a reverence for
the power of our shared lineages, the sacredness of our bodies, the wisdom of women’s stories and the beauty found in diversity.

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Donate to Te Hau Nui School of Hula & Tahitian Dance

Te Hau Nui shares Hawaiian hula and Polynesian dance, culture and traditions. The art of dance is a gift to the dancer as well as to the observer; it enriches all! Te Hau Nui provides dancers of every age the opportunity for character development through dance practice, performance and to be guided by the principled values of hula traditions.

Our new larger studio space allows for us to continue sharing the sacred and festive dances of Polynesia with our beloved Santa Cruz community.

Kumu Lorraine will live on through this legacy.

Any donations will be used towards continuing her life’s work and orchestrating a celebration in her honor, a "Festival of Life” this June.  Mahalo nui loa from Te Hau Nui Ohana! 

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Donate to Dual Demons

Devon and Cass are life partners that have bonded over their many shared interests and ethical values, as well as their deeply intimate bonds. They met on Feeld and, in classic queer fashion, instantly fell in love on the first coffee date. Their relationship has blossomed over the years and what started off as a way to connect on a shared level has developed into what you see here today. Together, the Demons have found the ways that they can share their passions and knowledge with the world and highlight their individual strengths as the Duo. They fundamentally believe in the dichotomy of kink through finding Queer joy and silliness while simultaneously curating an intimate, sadomasochistic experience.

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Raíces y Cariño | Roots and Love
A Community Collective for Families

Raíces y Cariño is an equitable, inclusive, and safe space for the community to gather and raise their children together. We are a hub connecting diverse families, educators, and organizations to create cross-cultural connections and wellbeing for the whole family.

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What's Home?
Creative Listening Across Differences

When those who are most marginalized are given the chance to be seen and to collaborate in the making of new works of art, all of us are uplifted.  

 

In 2022-2023 artists brought together a housed and unhoused person to create new songs, dances, and visual art.  Audiences found this work moving and inspirational. 

Your contribution will help us complete and distribute five new short documentaries! 

 

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Santa Cruz Circus Arts Winter 2019 Showcase. Photo: Steve DiBartolomeo, Westside Studio Images.

Donate to Santa Cruz Circus Arts

Santa Cruz Circus Arts is a family run business. We love everything circus has to offer especially the community it brings. We specialize in Aerial and Cheer. We are so excited about the Fiscal Sponsorship because we are excited to expand on what we love doing and be able to bring Circus Arts and Cheer to more people. Our mission statement is Our mission is to create an inclusive, creative space for everyone to feel welcome, inspired, and safe in learning new skills. Students of all ages, levels, and athletic backgrounds are encouraged to come join the SCCA community.

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Donate to DAM (Dragons, Aliens, and Mermaids) Circus

DAM (Dragons, Aliens, and Mermaids) Circus is a collective of circus adventurers, quest seekers, and story tellers creating breathtaking productions in The Bay Area and beyond. Our troupe is entirely made of women and nonbinary humans as well as a diverse mix of race, ethnicity, and body types. We are proud to have such a wide range of performers and give people from all walks of life a chance to shine.

As a collective, we aim to create beautiful spectacles that incorporate a variety of movement arts that help to encompass an overall theme. Our stories tend to lean in the direction of science fiction and/or fantasy supporting overarching ideas related to identity, community, and sex positivity.

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Donate to Circus of the Moon

Circus of the Moon is a theatrical circus performance company based in Santa Cruz, CA. Conceived during the COVID-19 shutdown, Kelsey na Gealai (Executive Director) felt inspired to bring joy, spirit and connection to the Santa Cruz community (and beyond!) through the wonders of circus arts. The artists featured in our productions come from many different backgrounds and trainings, each driven with a passion for performance and the goal to bring communities together through art.

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Donate to A Table of Our Own

Our goal is to create a documentary about a gathering of Black luminaries working in the psychedelic space. We’ll gather 35 key members from all around the country in a safe place and give participants the chance to share their strengths, experiences, hopes, and challenges.

The goal is to highlight those doing great work and to expand the reach of these important ways of healing to more Black people. We also wish to de-stigmatize these substances so that they’re no longer seen as “White people stuff” and more as the natural balms and salves to Black people’s psyches that we’ve been using for millennia.


The documentary will cover the conference and the current state of Black people in the psychedelic space as a whole.

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Donate to Tobera Project

Our mission is to preserve and honor the rich Filipino immigrant experience in the Pajaro Valley through cultural arts and education to share with the broader community. 

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Everyone's Music School

Help support Everyone's Music School provide compassionate Music Instruction to our community. Your donation will go toward our BIPOC scholarship fund, Community Choir, Free weekly music classes and general operating expenses. We truly believe quality music education should be accessible to all walks of life! 

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Donate to Watsonville Yoga

Watsonville Yoga, Dance and Healing Arts is the first dedicated Yoga studio in our town, and also one of the first in the Bay Area to offer bilingual Yoga and dance classes, and holistic health services since opening in 2016. Watsonville Yoga hosts a healing arts clinic, where you can find licensed practitioners of Ayurveda, Massage, Sound Healing, Herbalism, Peruvian shamanism, and other modalities. We have an intense commitment to serving and uniting people of diverse backgrounds from all ages, and aim to transcend the perceived limitations of language barriers,  as we build friendships, trust and understanding through movement arts for a stronger community.

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Donate to Shiva Yoga Wellness

Shiva Yoga Wellness will be opening its doors soon in San Jose. We are a yoga and wellness space that offers a variety of classes in yoga, meditation, and the healing arts, including body massage.

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Donate to "Coming to America"

In times like these. The Unknown. The Unusual. The non-conformist. We need ART to sustain us.
 

Join and support Uche Elueze as he aims to put up his one-man show in the city of Santa Cruz by the year’s end.


His show called Coming To America; not the movie is a story about his life. Being born in Nigeria and spending most of his life abroad.
 

The show will take place outdoors with social distancing as we try to adapt and move forward in these unusual times.
 

The show is a one-man solo show centered around self and how different institutions and countries have shaped his character.
 

It’s an immersive show with storytelling, monologues performance art, and Improv.
 

Uchè Elueze has been part of Santa Cruz Shakespeare and he appreciates any and all support.

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