Point Worthy

We want to share with you how excited we become when we receive donations from you! It means one more deserving person gets to see their “dance dreams come true.” The Fordney Foundation has made it easier and more of a creative process for you to be involved in being able to give young, talented people a chance to dance.

Marilyn Fordney, Director and Founder, Fordney Foundation

The Fordney Foundation was established to promote ballroom dancing to individuals of all ethnic groups without regard to religion or creed that are 6 to 25 years of age who qualify as amateur dance students. The Fordney Foundation is committed to helping children and young adults to realize their dreams of artistically expressing themselves through ballroom dancing. Program funding for the Fordney Foundation comes from tax-deductible donations and public fund raising. While there are many individuals and programs committed to providing children with the opportunity to experience DanceSport, the funding available to allow children to participate in these programs is limited. Your donations help fund award grant monies to individuals who pursue dance as a career who are either dependents attending school 6 to 18 years of age or dependents 19 to 25 years of age who do not have the means to support their

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dancing.   Here is how we have made our donation process more comprehensive and easier to use.  We are now Point Worthy:

If you use a Citibank credit card and earn reward points that you wish to convert to cash dollars to be contributed to the Fordney Foundation, then click the “point worthy” button:

You will receive a confirmation of your donation via email.

Steps to follow at Point Worthy:

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Sign up to create your account or log in if you already created one Enter $ amount in the dollar box but do not use decimal or cents Click the “Donate With Points” button

Click donate:

Or send check or money order to:

Fordney Foundation

5739 Kanan Road, #206

Agoura Hills, CA 91301

Thought Of The Week:

“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up” – John Holmes



Shane Meuwissen is the Media Specialist for Fordney Foundation.  He is a former dance instructor who know works with his company Slow Motion Dance Videos capture the beauty of dancing. If you would like to learn more about Shane and his video work, visit his website https://slowmotiondancevideos.com/