i keep dancing scholarship faqs
What is the I Keep Dancing Fund? What is the I Keep Dancing Scholarship?
The I Keep Dancing Fund will finance the I Keep Dancing Scholarship. It is a scholarship for students over the age of 25 to help cover the increasing costs of higher education. Click here for more information.
How do I apply to the I Keep Dancing Scholarship?
We are not currently accepting applications. Sign-up here to be notified when applications are available, or check back at a later date.
When was the I Keep Dancing Fund established?
It was established in 2015 with the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF).
What is the Orange County Community Foundation? Why is the fund part of this foundation?
The I Keep Dancing Fund is managed by the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF). The foundation manages the administration of the funds, allowing maximum tax benefits, flexibility, efficiency and accountability. Click here for more information on OCCF.
How do I contribute to the I Keep Dancing Scholarship?
Click here to be directed to the donation page.
Scroll down to the drop down menu and click "I Keep Dancing Fund". Proceed with filling out donation amount and payment information.
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Yes. The I Keep Dancing Fund is managed by the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF). As a tax-exempt 501(c)(3), OCCF offers giving solutions that maximize benefits to donors on capital gains, estate and income taxes. Click here to view additional tax information about your donation.
Who oversees the funds?
Investments are overseen by OCCF’s experienced Investment Committee and an independent investment consultant.
I can’t afford a monetary donation. Are there other ways to help?
Yes, of course! Click here to learn about other ways you can join the movement.
I’m a writer/editor/reporter/blogger and I would like to write about the fund. Do you do interviews?
Absolutely, we love to do interviews. Part of why the foundation exists is to raise awareness. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org