Community - Connection - Leadership 

"I See Dance As Glue For A Community"  Twyla Tharp

Join us taking the lead showing all how dance can also be a part of every person. Make a connection in your community encouraging all to “get up and dance!”

Bring the fun, and an anybody-can-do-it attitude sharing dance with the general public.

Celebrate dance as part of life!

  Tap Mob

Thank you so much for all who helped NDF and Taplife Hero Foundation celebrate National Tap Dance Day on Saturday May 23rd 2020. The event will took place via Zoom and was a wonderful success!
As always we look forward to National Tap Dance Day 2021.....we hope you will join in the fun.

      #Taplife Company


   Dance Mob - Shout Out Challenge

Great time to get your community involved during National Dance Week....April 16-25 2021

Become the studio/organization taking the lead supporting the mission to create awareness and share the enjoyment of dance encouraging everyone to come together in peace, inclusion and kindness.


Create awareness for your studio or organization

Perform your Dance Mobs or Shout Out in your studio

for a "Parent's Appreciation Day"

for "Bring a Friend Day" to class

Perform your Dance Mobs or Shout Out in your community

include parent and grandparents and perform in public area

coordinate a Group from your own dance studio, college dance troupes, school dance programs, any school organization, or college sorority – even just friends.


 Choreography - choose from our Dance Mobs/Shout Outs a Mob - or chose both - perform and video your mob

 Share  All videos will be shared on NDF’s social  media.

Create Awareness Make sure your video gives a “shout out” to National Dance Foundation. Better yet make a sign that everyone can see!!!

Pick a Place and choose a location that is visible, safe and legal.

Get Noticed – Gain Publicity - Contact your local paper, radio and news stations to know where you will be and encourage them to cover it.  

 Include special need dancers in your Dance Mob and/or Shout Out.

 Submit Video


NDF wants everyone to dance safely - here are some tips from our friends at YPAD