Chautauqua Women's Club

YOU can make a difference! Support the CWC Scholarship Program!

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Proud CWC donors with their string students.

Nancy and her scholarship student 2019

CWC member with her piano student

With YOUR donation to support the Women’s Club Scholarship Program, some of the most talented dance, music, piano, theater, voice, and visual arts students in the country and abroad will be able to attend one of Chautauqua Institution’s Schools of Performing and Visual Arts in the coming 2024 season! The need for scholarship is great. Over 80% of the students attending one of Chautauqua’s summer schools receive financial assistance.

YOU can help a student’s dream become a reality with a donation to scholarship today! Gifts of any amount are meaningful. No gift is too small; no gift is too large.

Donations of $1,000 or more allow the donor to:

  • Earmark your donation for a specific discipline.
  • Honor or memorialize a specific individual(s).

100% of YOUR gift through the Women’s Club Scholarship Program goes directly to supporting these talented students.

Thank you for caring.

Thank you for your loyal support of the CWC Scholarship Program.

PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY!

You can support the CWC Scholarship Program

  • Make a private donation. Gifts of any size are appreciated but with gifts of $1,000 or more, a named scholarship will be given to a student in the area of your choosing.
  • Support the Valentine Appeal to members by designating your donation to the Scholarship Fund.

Join the Scholarship Committee

  • Be a part of the Scholarship Committee planning process.  We have two planning meetings per season.  One is before Week 1 and the second is in Week 8.
  • Assist with recitals and events for scholarship students. Volunteer to hold a donation basket at student, alumni, faculty, and masterclass recitals throughout the season.
  • Be a cheerleader for the CWC Scholarship program. Cultivate donors and create future strategies for securing donations.
Ballet Students

Ballet students enjoying a CWC outing on the Chautauqua Belle