The Contact Trust

January 2006
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p5
The article presents information related to The Contact Trust, which is a fund designed to support new and ongoing projects initiated by the "Contact Quarterly" (CQ) and "Contact Editions." It thanks readers of CQ for their continued generosity to CQ through donations of money, time, and encouragement. It emphasizes that donations by the readers will always be part of a balanced budget for this nonprofit venture. It also informs that CQ is currently having a wonderful staff of enthusiastic, motivated, and capable people who are all professional dancers with a variety of relevant skills. These are the people who are moving the plans of CQ into action. An action list describing how to help CQ is also given.


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