Your personal or corporate contribution to NAJWA Dance Corps will enable us to create new collaborative performance projects while continuing the life of existing works and educational outreach programs through the world. With your help NAJWA Dance Corps will bring compelling performances to stages and non-traditional performance spaces while employing the area's best dancers, visual artists, and musicians.

To defray the cost of a rich, artistic experience, NAJWA Dance Corps donates a portion of its proceeds to the purchase of dance wear, equipment and provides scholarships for students of dance to hone their skills and continually build their body of work.

NAJWA Dance Corps is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. Charitable contributions for NAJWA Dance Corps should be made payable to NAJWA Dance Corps and will be appropriately acknowledged for tax purposes.

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(773) 727-1773



NAJWA Dance Corps
322 South Michigan Avenue Ste 1032 - N577
Chicago, IL 60604-4434


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Support us through your workplace giving campaign. NAJWA Dance Corps is an independent affiliate of the Black United Fund of Illinois (BUFI). Please consider contributing to us. Donor choice code 950-0347


Najwa Dance Corps reaches youth on Chicago's Westside who otherwise may not have the opportunity to experience quality dance classes - ranging from hip-hop,and tap to ballet and African dance. The organization is deserving and worthy of this opportunity to fortify it's footprint for all to see, with a website that engages the public and meets its institutional needs.

J. Perkins

Najwa Dance Corps is and has been a very relevant force in this community for many years. They help to preserve our culture, encourage young people to aspire to greatness, provide cultural educational entertainment. They are much loved by this community, this web site would benefit them as well as this community greatly.

Momma Kemba

Najwa Dance Corps preserves the cultural heritage of the African American Dance experience. It is a necessary program that not only entertains but teaches historical facts through dance. The new website would help to bring this relevant program to a broader audience. I have worked with and continue to support this viable organization.

Brenda Starr Woods

Najwa Dance Corps in one of the longest standing companies of it's kind in the city of Chicago. They have shared/provided to the community quality training not only for the body but also the mind and soul. As a professional artist, I attest, the company is on the top of my list when recommending future dancers for training or show goers for an evening of excitement in a family environment via dance, music and education. They are a community focused group that changes lives, A company I refer to as "someone you should know."