Charlottesville T’ai Chi Center has received multiple grants from the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation (CACF) to support various programs in the Charlottesville community.
The three grants are:
$5,000 from the Community Endowment Fund that supports general operation of the dojo.
$10,000 from the Twice is Nice fund that supports programs for seniors in the community.
$1,800 from the Fun is for Everyone Fund that supports programs for at-risk people and seniors in the area.
CTCC would like to express its deep appreciation to CACF for these grants that help us continue our work among various parts of our community that can benefit from T’ai Chi. We would also like to thank the dedicated CTCC members who work so successfully to secure these grants.
The generous donations of organizations and individuals are a vital component of the financing for CTCC. The many classes and programs that we offer both at the dojo and in the community could not continue without them.
This year we are happy to announce that we have partnered with the Festy music festival! This will be the Festy’s 10th year, and to celebrate that they are moving to Downtown Charlottesville. The Festy will take place the weekend of October 11-13 at IX Art Park.
The Festy is an eco-friendly, kid-friendly music festival focused on Music and Mindfulness. Discover your favorite bands at this year’s Festy!
CTCC Open Sessions and Workshops
Friday, October 11 at 1:30pm – CTCC Open Session
Saturday, October 12 at 1:00pm – The Art of T’ai Chi with Hiromi Sensei
Saturday, October 12 at 1:30pm – CTCC Open Session
Sunday, October 13 at 3:30pm – CTCC Open Session
CTCC is holding an online auction in July! More details to come, but for now, if you would like to donate an item or know a commercial vendor who might, please read on…
We are looking for the work of local artists and artisans. As much as possible, we would like to draw on the talents of our own CTCC members. If you are an artist, please consider donating your work. If you have special skills such as massage, yoga, gardening, etc., please consider offering your work. We also ask that you reach out to those in our community who might be willing to offer gift certificates at restaurants or other local businesses.
(The form includes a one-page description of CTCC and our electronic auction to assist in approaching a restaurant owner or a service provider.)
Please note that if you are donating something, you do not need to bring it to the dojo. You can keep it and when the auction closes and a bidder has won your item, we will put the bidder in contact with you.
CTCC is a 501(c)3 and you can deduct your donation for tax purposes. We will accept donation forms until June 30th.