Over the past 12 years, Desert Eagle Productions (DEP) has helped nourish dance dreams in thousands of young souls. From recreational dance to studying industry dance, DEP has always held hearts in their hands first. Being the ONLY dance mentorship program in El Paso, DEP has partnered with numerous programs such as EPISD/YISD/SISD Red Ribbon Weeks, El Paso Food Bank, Toys for Tots, on the Wall Of Honor for Civil Rights Movements, and numerous campaigns for Hurricane, Earthquake, and Fire Victims. The "Building Dance Dreams" Campaign will allow certain financially disadvantaged youth the ability to follow their dance dreams because they have a "community" supporting them.
Who We Are And Why We Need Your Help
Since opening doors in 2005, Desert Eagle Productions (DEP) has done things differently than most dance studios. For example, DEP opened as the first dance mentor ship program in the El Paso area. The goal was, and still is, to reach and positively guide the youth of El Paso into wonderful and productive members of the community. Dance is utilized in our facilities to help with understanding accountability, hard work, patience, and responsibility. By embracing the magnitude of the impact we have in kids everyday lives, we nourish the ability for them to see themselves as the superstars they are. Therefore, over the past 12 years, it is proven that with our programs, confidence goes up, grades improve, and behavioral issues at home and at school start to diminish! With that being said, not all children have the financial ability to participate in our programs. This is where we are asking you to find it in your heart to be one of the participants in making it possible for up to 10 children to participate in our programs over the course of the next year!
Over the years, DEP's mentorship program has fostered relationships and nurtured involvement with exceptional programs as Toys for Tots, El Paso Food Bank, Goodwill Industries, Children's Grief Center, Nolan Richardson Charity Golf Tournament, Epilepsy Foundation of Texas, and numerous other fundraisers that have helped with Hurricane and earthquake victims. DEP is also actively involved as vendors with local school districts, EPISD/YISD/SISD, participating in Red Ribbon Week And Anti-Bully Assemblies. The owners of DEP are also proud members of the prestigious Dance Studio Owner Association, and have their names on the Wall of Tolerance, a distinguished civil rights movement memorial in Montgomery, Alabama.
We are confident that with your help in keeping our youth focused on positive behavior creating amazing outcomes, lives will change for generations to come. We have witnessed it happen in the past, and are looking forward to having you witness it in the future!
Thank you from the bottom of our hears, and may God continue to bless our dancing feet!