A revolutionary institution of modern dance
RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company. Unlike conventional modern dance organizations, we present you with a diverse range of modern dance styles and choreographers paired together in dynamic and unexpected performances.
Donate today to celebrate our rich legacy of creating, performing, and sharing our love of modern dance.
Our dancers' stories are just some of many that have come from RDT's 50 year legacy. We are especially thankful for the myriad alumni, donors, board members and patrons who have made RDT what it is today.
Other Ways to Donate to RDT
RDT has a fund at The Community Foundation of Utah (CFU) where you can donate cash, securities, assets and arrange for planned giving (e.g., bequests, wills)
Securities & Mutual Funds
CFU uses a Vanguard brokerage account to accept securities and mutual funds. Initiate a trade with your broker and contact the Community Foundation of Utah (EIN 74-3211770) for their Vanguard Brokerage DTC number and CFU's brokerage account number. When you have initiated a transaction please email or call the Foundation with the specifics of your trade (name of stock, number of shares or cash amount wired) so that they may be sure your Funds are properly credited. Vanguard Brokerage Services can be reached at 888-992-8327 or 800-992-8327
Please call CFU for their Bank ABA/Routing Number to make a donation by check or wire
Special Instructions for Gifts of Securities or Mutual Funds from a Vanguard Account
Because CFU has an acct. with Vanguard, individuals who wish to gift assets from a Vanguard account must complete a form called "Giving Fund Shares to Organizations." This form must be completed and mailed to Vanguard. Please call CFU at 801.559.3005 x6 for help in completing the form.
Privately Held Assets (Partnerships, C Corp, LLC, real estate, etc.)
Please call the CFU offices so that they can work with you and your advisers on these transfers and the valuation of the gift.
For a full list of our contributors, click here