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If you have a charity event that our dancers could help out by adding a dance performance, please contact our office to discuss your event with our friendly staff.

At Tip Toes and Taps we pride ourselves in bringing you the best dance education possible.  We inspire our students to be creative, and equip them with skills that will help both now and in the future.  We also teach them the importance of giving back to the community.  We believe in supporting causes right here in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA).


The Hunger Series

Since 1999, our performing companies have raised over $20,000 for local charities such as such as the Golden Harvest Food Bank, Community Ministries of North Augusta, and the American Cancer Society through our Hunger for Life/Hunger for Hope benefit dance concert series.  These concerts feature an eclectic mix of dance styles, and showcase both student and instructor choreography.

The Giving Tree

Rather than give gifts to each other, for nearly 30 years, our studio has made a difference at Christmas for those less fortunate right in our own back yards.  In 1981, our studio started a program called our “Giving Tree”.  Although the beneficiaries have changed over the years, the spirit hasn’t.  In 2011 our students filled needs requests for more than 50 Regency Hospice patients—many of whom would have not gotten a Christmas gift otherwise.   Requests such as, “Mary would like a warm gown and a stuffed animal to snuggle” means a lot to us.  For many who were experiencing their last Christmas, we do our best to make sure it was a memorable one.


It is by teaching that we teach ourselves, by relating that we observe, by affirming that we examine, by showing that we look, by writing that we think, by pumping that we draw water into the well.”                                         Henri Frederic Amiel

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