Welcome to Dance for Dreams!

Posted by Dance for Dreams 501 (c) (3) Public Charity under Code 509 (a) (2) on May 04 2019 at 05:00PM PDT in September 2019

Our Scholarship Awardee was Israel David.  He is 10 years old and both of his parents are veterans with the US Army.  Israel has qualified for the Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships for several years now and he LOVES to run.  His goal is to compete in the US Olympics and he has a terrific great determination to fulfill his dream. Brilliant kid in the academics department as well.  Dance for Dreams is so humble to be a small part of his endevours. His grant covered $500 of his expenses to the 2015 National Junior Olumpic Track and Field Championships in Jacksonville, FL held July 27 – August 2, 2015.

Come to our next upcoming meeting to find out more on ways to support our nonprofit organization.  See you then!


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Welcome to our Dance for Dreams webpage!

Dance for Dreams is a 501 © (3) nonprofit organization registered back in March 2012.  The organization is classified as a Public Charity under Code 509 (a) (2).  The organization was founded by Deliris Montanez (Dee) with the sole purpose of raising funds to foster, support, and develop amateur athletes within the El Paso, Texas community youth (between the ages of 10-17 years of age) in local, regional, national, international organized event competitions. 

The organization’s goal is to be able to fund a Scholarship Program while conducting dinner, dances, concerts, and more. These events are always posted on

The organization’s vision is to help the awardees to stay in school, off drugs, and away from gangs and violence, so your participation makes a BIG Impact!

Of course, we can not accomplish this alone and because of that we have created a donation site in where you can assist with the cause from around the globe. When you donate online to Dance for Dreams, you join our cause and directly support children in El Paso. All money stays in El Paso. No matter how little or big the amount, donating can start making a difference in the lives of young people around you.


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