The Rosin Box Project depends on the generosity of our community and donors. Our supporters see a return on their donation in numerous ways. Supporting The Rosin Box Project not only allows us to fulfill our mission to present world-class dancers and choreography but also helps to keep the arts relevant and thriving in our community. You have an opportunity to have a hand in the future of the arts and help fulfill the vision of a high-caliber contemporary ballet company in the heart of San Diego.
Please consider investing in the future by making a donation today!
2022 Season Donors
March Series Sponsors: Anna and Mario Scipione
Guest Choreographer Sponsor: John Velasco
Resident Artist Choreography Sponsors: Catherine Cheng and Dan Beisner
Ghost Light Masquerade Sponsor: The Conrad Prebys Foundation
The National Endowment for The Arts
The San Diego Foundation
US Bank Foundation
The Family of Luann Reese, in her Honor
St. Mary's Housing Corporation
August Series Sponsor: Ted McCombs
August Series Sponsor: Lane and Steven Mashal
August Series Sponsor: Anonymous
Advocate of The Dancers:
Marin Community Foundation
The Anona Kuehne Survivor's Trust
Michael Angelo Camacho
Partner of The Dancers:
Page and Beau Dancy
Judy Berman-Silbert and John Silbert
California Ballet School
Jane and Pocheng Cheng
Friend of The Dancers:
Laurie Williams, Caitlin Sullivan, William McClain, Janet Wong, Erin Decker, Elizabeth Fittro, Alexandria Finley, Barbara Taylor, Susana Peredo Swap, Deborah Nguyen, Kathryn Shevelow, Terry Wilson, Deanna Johnson, Janice Dimick, Janet Wong, Anonymous, Katherine Topazio, Decemna Tang. Polly Toledo, Sarah Boorstin, Katherine Clemens, Roy Carlson, Lauri-Michelle Houk, Kareem Aly, Mark Grund, Avi Schraer, Kate Eppler
**Last Updated 5.20.22. We apologize for any omissions.
Season Sponsors and Community Partners
Companies that TRBP stands proudly behind, and thanks for their support of the arts!
To learn how you and your business can become a community partner of The Rosin Box Project family contact us today
While The Rosin Box Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization, contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.