We're proud to partner with Moving in the Spirit, the Cathedral Antiques Show's 2020 beneficiary.
Founded in 1986, Moving in the Spirit was the hopeful vision of Dana Lupton and Leah Mann, who believed they could unite their love for dance with their commitment to social justice. They were soon joined by Genene Stewart, who brought her heart for social justice, as well as her extensive dance and business expertise, to the small, but mighty, team. Together, they turned Moving in the Spirit into the organization it is today. What began as a dance class for a small group of girls at Stewart Avenue Shelter has now blossomed into a large and diverse organization that reaches over 250 children every week across Atlanta.
Moving in the Spirit is an award-winning creative youth development program that uses dance to teach young people the social, emotional and cognitive skills they need to thrive. Ultimately, students graduate from Moving in the Spirit as confident, resilient compassionate leaders, poised to succeed beyond the stage and make a difference in their own communities.
Role of Beneficary
The Cathedral Antiques Show is a community-outreach project sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women of the Cathedral of St. Philip. Each year, the Antiques Show is produced through the close working partnership between the CAS committee and the designated beneficiary.
Collaboration with the Cathedral Antiques Show offers an opportunity to further the beneficiary’s mission by increasing community awareness, expanding its donor base and further developing existing supporters.
Apply for the 2021 Show
The application submission deadline for the 2021 Show beneficiary is November 22, 2019. To apply to be the beneficiary of the 2021 Show, please find the application below. Once completed, please send your application to Show@CathedralAntiques.org.
Viable applicant organizations will be those that can demonstrate exemplary stewardship of resources, excellent governance, high operational efficiency and lasting positive outcomes for populations served.
There is no "typical" successful applicant profile; non-profit human services organizations of every kind are encouraged to apply to be the 2021 beneficiary.