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Sierra Village Fund Donation Form
AFSFC recognizes that people who would benefit from camp don't always have the funds to attend. With this in mind, we have established our Village Fund in which we raise money to provide financial assistance to promising and deserving campers, and 2 full scholarships for music teachers, who carry the spirit of the village back to their students and their communities.
In addition, the Village Fund is used to develop and broaden the vision of camp for such things as mid-year workshops, supporting international faculty costs, and refining and improving the camp experience.
Our fund is replenished each year with significant fundraising during camp, and from donors who understand the importance of dedicated musicians, young and old, attending this week-long musical experience.
Thank you for considering a financial donation to Alasdair Fraser's Sierra Fiddle Camp. Music changes lives, and a week-long intensive in which musicians explore their potential in a non-competitive environment, and meet challenges with encouragement, is most worthy of the financial support that makes it all happen.
All donations are welcome and appreciated. Donations of $250 or more are acknowledged on our beloved dance floor with that year's donors names burned into a floor panel.
Please also consider making a tax-deductable donation to SCOTTISH FIDDLERS OF CALIFORNIA (SFC) the parent non-profit organizarion of Alasdair Fraser's Sierra Fiddle Camp. SFC is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation committed to increasing the understanding and awareness of Scottish traditional music and associated cultures and art forms. SFC is the parent organization for Valley of the Moon Scottish Fiddling School, Alasdair Fraser's Sierra Fiddle Camp, San Frasncisco Scottish Fiddlers and the Scottish Fiddlers of LA. SFC supports the needs of each individual organization with legal and financial coordination. SFC events include week-long residential camps as well as concerts, workshops, and local fiddle club meetings, all of which are organized by volunteers.