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Support DACP before the New Year

Contributions from our community make a real impact on our organization and programs.  By supporting DACP, you are supporting the Inclusive Arts Vibe Dance Company, Dis/Representation discussion series, Disability Film Festival, and more offerings that promote integrated arts, and Disability Justice, culture, and leadership in our community.

Take advantage of a cultural tax credit with the Oregon Cultural Trust.  Donate to DACP, donate the same amount to the Trust, then deduct the total from your state taxes!  Read more about how it works on the Oregon Cultural Trust website.

Donate to us on PayPal.

Remember, no amount is too small to give.  You can even contribute for free, if you shop at Fred Meyer or Amazon!

  • Link DACP to your free Fred Meyer rewards card at www.fredmeyer.com/topic/community-rewards-4, or call your local store for assistance.
  • Link DACP to your existing Amazon account on the Amazon Smile website.  It’s the same great Amazon, just make sure to bookmark smile.amazon.com on your computer since we only benefit from purchases made at the Smile site.

Thank you for contributing to DACP!

Seven dancers pose in a spotlight. They wear colorful costumes of blue, green, pink, and black. They sit, stand, and lay on a wooden floor in a large room. The photo is altered to look like a drawing or painting


Check out our upcoming Dis/Representation: Evolving Disability Conversations discussion dates on the Dis/Representation website.

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Use our tabs above to navigate, or follow these links:

To learn about DACP’s history, mission, staff and volunteers, and commitment to intersectional disability justice, click on “About Us.”

To contact DACP staff and volunteers, click “Contact.”

To learn about Inclusive Arts Vibe, click here. Find information about classes, Inclusive Arts Vibe Dance Company, upcoming IAVDC performances, and fundraisers to support our youth dancers. Check out the links to videos of past performances!

Click on “Events” to learn about DACP’s upcoming events, including our biennial Disability Pride Art and Culture Festival.

To  find out more about how you can support DACP’s work, whether with financial support, volunteer time, spreading the word about us to your community, or donating an item on our wish list, click “Support Us.”

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“Let us use our creativity to explode the truth in the face of the nation.” – Justin Dart, Jr.

IAVDC members mid-dance: five young women in peach dresses and black leggings with their right arms in the air, including one kneeling woman in front, three standing women behind her to her left, and a woman in a black wheelchair interacting with her PA, who's dressed in black, to the left of the kneeling dancer. The dancers are in a studio with blonde wood flooring and shadowed white walls that appear gray, and two stark shadows of dancers are visible to the right of the picture. The dancers are exuberant, their fingers spread wide.