LCAD’s Annual Scholarship Fundraiser: Friday, April 28, 2017 »
Honorary Chairs, Kate and Jared Mathis, together with Event Co-Chairs and Laguna College of Art & Design (LCAD) Trustees Sue Greenwood and Carla Arzente, cordially invite you to join in empowering LCAD students to become creative leaders.
LCAD’s Annual Scholarship Fundraiser
Friday, April 28, 2017
5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
LCAD Administration Building
2265 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
$10,000 CONTRIBUTION ($9,750 tax-deductible):
Includes ten (10) tickets, a commissioned drawing by LCAD Alumna and MFA Candidate Averi Endow and private drawing workshop for four (4) with President Jonathan Burke
$5,000 CONTRIBUTION ($4,850 tax-deductible):
Includes six (6) tickets, lunch and campus tour (date TBD) with President Jonathan Burke and a drawing by LCAD Alumnus, Stefan Cummings
$1,500 CONTRIBUTION ($1,400 tax-deductible):
Includes four (4) tickets and a drawing by LCAD Alumnus, Stefan Cummings
$500 CONTRIBUTION ($450 tax-deductible):
Includes two (2) tickets and a small drawing by LCAD Alumna, Elizabeth McGhee
$150 CONTRIBUTION ($125 tax-deductible):
One (1) ticket
Program includes open studios and student demonstrations at Suzanne Chonette Senior Studios.
Enjoy hors d’oeuvres paired with fine wines.
For more information, please contact Tracy Hartman at 949-376-6000 ext. 241, or firstname.lastname@example.org
LCAD Scholarship Fund
The LCAD Scholarship Fund assists LCAD Admissions and Financial Aid in attracting and retaining the best and the brightest students, regardless of their financial backgrounds. LCAD scholarships are awarded based on need and merit and often are the gateways to an LCAD degree and a career in the creative arts.
YOUR SUPPORT WILL EMPOWER LCAD STUDENTS TO BECOME CREATIVE LEADERS.
Each semester, only because they have exhausted all financial aid options, LCAD loses a number of talented students who are both ambitious and are achieving good grades. In some instances, even in the face of a sum many would consider small, a student has no choice but to leave despite a combination of grants, loans and family support.
85% of the students enrolled at LCAD are reliant on financial assistance to attend college. It is this large percentage of students who are most at-risk of having their college studies interrupted or ended due to financial hardship.