Pensacola Youth Ballet, is proud to be active in our community. Through collaboration, PYB seeks to provide support for programs and services enhancing the community, improving the overall quality of life, and serving the needs of its students and surrounding community members. Since 2013, We have raised over $27,500 in support of these great missions. In addition, we have been able to create tuition scholarships through the efforts of this program and have awarded over $8,000.00 in summer study scholarships to our Pensacola Youth Ballet members over the last seven years.
FavorHouse of Northwest Florida is a domestic violence center serving Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. With a commitment to excellence in our service to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, our collaboration with Pensacola Youth Ballet provided an opportunity to present our mission to a new audience and in turn, the donation we received from the aided in providing food, shelter, clothing, transportation and safety for our residents.
Working in Partnership with Pensacola Youth Ballet, The H.O.P.E. Foundation brings opportunity motivation and inspiration to local area Students through exposure to the Arts, and educational programs. We are proud to continue this ongoing relationship and are thankful for the impact these programs have in our community.
Pensacola Youth Ballet in collaboration with Mixon Magic, were able to provide a flash-mob experience in support of "Light Up Learning", presented by the Studer Community Institute. This is the signature fundraiser for their early brain development initiatives, and is presented every year in October.
The Pensacola Youth Ballet generously partnered with The Secret Place Home, a state-licensed Safe Harbor Safe House for female child survivors of sex trafficking in Northwest Florida. Every dollar donated from the performance provided opportunities for the youth at The Secret Place Home to personalize their individual bedrooms with their own unique style and materials. Bedding, clothes, calendars, planners, colored night lights, and shower heads allowed the youth to take ownership of their belongings and finally have a place to call home in order to heal.