Meet Our Partners
Warren/Holyfield Boys and Girls Club
The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta is to provide a quality developmental program which empowers metro Atlanta youth, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to become productive adults. The Warren/Holyfield Club serves youth throughout the communities of Southeast Atlanta, and operates year round serving youth ages 6-18 years. The Club provides programs in Education, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, Social Recreation, Aquatics, The Arts, and Technology. Moving in the Spirit teaches weekly classes at Warren/Holyfield Boys and Girls Club.
The Atlanta Children's Shelter
Founded in 1986 by the Junior League of Atlanta and located in the North Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Atlanta Children's Shelter provides free, quality day care, emotional support, an educational curriculum for homeless children, and focused social services for their families. Dedicated to helping families overcome the issues that contribute to homelessness, including domestic violence and job loss, the Atlanta Children's Shelter focuses on the long term self sufficiency of the family. Moving in the Spirit provides weekly dance classes for children at the shelter.
Atlanta Ballet's mission is to enrich the human spirit through dance, inspiring through performance and empowering through education while building on the rich legacy of the art form. Atlanta Ballet is deeply committed to making dance accessible to all those who wish to experience it through professional performances, educational opportunities, and community involvement.
The Loudermilk Center
The Loudermilk Center, in partnership with United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, was developed in 2000 to provide civic-minded businesses and organizations throughout the Metro Atlanta region a central location for meetings and events. The Loudermilk Center is generously hosting Moving in the Spirit and JD Scott's photography exhibit "Believe in Me: Dancing from the Inside Out"from September 18, 2012 - February 28, 2013.
The Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University
An anchor for the revitalization of the historic Farlie-Poplar district in downtown Atlanta, the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University has seen more than 700,000 visitors enjoy performances ranging from theatre to dance to spoken word to film and to music, including jazz, blues, rock, classical and world arts. Moving in the Spirit's partnership with the Rialto provides our students with the opportunity to perform each year on one of the South's premier stages.