In an effort to make Flute Haven accessible to as many participants as possible, including those on a restricted budget,
we have developed the Flute Haven Scholarship Fund.
Since the beginning of Flute Haven, financial assistance scholarships amounting to over $16,600 have allowed dozens of participants to attend who could otherwise not have joined us.
If you would like to contribute to the fund, your entire contribution will be used to enable partitipants on a limited budget to attend Flute Haven. Since Flute Haven is hosted under the not-for-profit organization Expressive Therapy Concepts, your contribution may be tax-deductible.
If you would like to apply for a scholarship, visit our Scholarship Program Information page.
Supporters of the Flute Haven Scholarship Fund
These people and organizations have kindly provided generous support to help participants attend Flute Haven:
- Betina Lindsey
- Susan Schuster
- Carolyn Amala Viola
- Ed Pias
- Thomas Litteral
- Julie and Al Harris, facilitators of the
Song Catchers Native American Flute Circle
- Roberta Koepfer
- James Hale, Gray Fox Flutes
- Steve Meier
- Robert Brandt
- David McCallum
- Steve Klarer
- John Rung
- Mary Francis
- Bruce Imada
- and many anonymous donors …
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