Fordney Foundation

DanceSport, sport, competition, achievement, partnership

The Fordney Foundation is a non-profit foundation for dance sport that was established in May, 2002.
The Fordney Foundation provides young people with a gift for the sport grants that allow them to
train and compete in dance sport competition.


Yay…Go Team!

Is it or isn’t it dancing…that is the question?  Cheerleading in general can range from yelling to intense physical activity.  Let’s examine what “cheerleading” is.  Routines usually range from one to three minutes, which may contain tumbling, dancing, jumping, cheers and various acrobatic stunts. Cheerleading originated in the United States and remains predominately American.  There […]

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My Tribute

This blog is dedicated to all the dancers who just love to dance for the sake of dance. It’s a message from my heart that I get to share with you, as a personal tribute to some very special people in my family. I have a sister-in-law who used to entertain USO Troops as a […]

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What the Future Looks Like – Naomi and Yusif

The Fordney Foundation is proud and excited to do an interview with two people who really can shake up a dance floor.  Naomi Spektor and Yusif Amsatr are our 2015 winners of the Youth and Junior Latin and Standard competitions at the Arnold Youth Dancesport Classic.  Together these two young dancers have won a total of $8,000 from […]

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Loren Silverman and Gabriella Sigal at Colina Middle School  


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