Using our love of the performing arts as a platform to help our local community further encourages leadership, generosity, and teamwork.  In addition to our performances throughout the year, Dance Dimension is proud to have supported our community by donating, participating or sponsoring to the following;

  • Distinguished Young Women Sponsors

  • Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Donors

  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Jen's Team) Donors

  • Traveling Tutus Studio with Student Ambassador

  • Youth Protection Advocates in Dance (YPAD)

  • American Foundation For Suicide Prevention

  • WH Panther Education Trust - Donor's & Kid's Fitness Festival Participants

  • Whitman Area Toy Drive Donor & Volunteer

  • Whitman Food Pantry Donors

  • Whitman Public Library Volunteers & Participants

  • Abington Girl Scouts Badge Event Sponsor

  • Abington Food Pantry Donors

Laurie Healey is personally involved with;

  • Youth Protection Advocates in Dance (YPAD) Ambassador

  • Duval Elementary School PTO – President

  • WH Panther Education Trust - Board Member

  • Bridgewater State University Dance Advisory Committee

Xanadu Collaborative

Xanadu Collaborative is an organization made up of young adults using the arts to promote positivity, and a healthy connection of mind, body, and spirit.  With their talents of artistic expression; their mission is to entertain, inspire, and promote living life with a happy and healthy mindset. They sponsor events at the studio throughout the year including paint nights, wellness and holistic events.  Many events are free or donation only; any net proceeds from these events fund various programs throughout the year or are donated to local charity.

Dance Dimension's "You Rock!" Campaign

"Dance Dimension began the “You Rock!” campaign to bring awareness and assistance to friends and loved ones suffering from depression and give hope to those who feel hopeless.  Our students design small inspired works of art with encouragement, kindness and support from each other and share them in our community.  Even the smallest gesture of kindness can mean the world to someone who is struggling with depression.  We all need to continue to let friends and loved ones know that there is always someone out there to listen and help. I dedicate the "You Rock!" Campaign to my late foster brother, Bobby Coy, who after I tried to reconnect with as adults learned that he battled with depression and had taken his own life.  Let’s work together to help our loved ones that may be struggling today, so that they may have a tomorrow."     Love Miss Laurie