Today is recognized as Giving Tuesday, a chance for us to take a day away from the shopping frenzy and give back. Your support is so important to keeping WCCMA operating, and we hope that you will consider making a donation to help us continue this work. Donate Now – Click here
Harp Instructor Angela Biggs with students from the Hands On Harps workshop. In the Background, wire tree sculpture by WCCMA’s Opus Arts Group artist Randy Adams.
What your donation makes possible:
Provides arts education to local youths, and at no cost for families able to afford it.
Musical instruments loaned for free to low income families so their children are able to participate in school music programs
Concerts right here in Claremont by renowned local, national, and international musicians
Community arts and music programs for all
The arts are a vital part of a thriving community, and now is the time to invest. Next year is the 250th year for Claremont, and we have many exciting programs in the works with some of your favorite past performers and educators, but we need your support to keep our programs running.
We are most in need of financial support, but we’ve also seen a greater need this year for musical instruments (especially band instruments in working condition).
Checks: make out to “WCCMA” or “Union Church – WCCMA” (our fiscal sponsor). All donations are tax deductible thanks to the financial oversight of Union Church.
Your donation can be mailed to:
c/o Union Church,
PO Box 902,
Claremont, NH 03743
Thank you for your consideration, and thank you for all the ways that you support WCCMA.
The West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts is holding their 3rd Annual Baking Competition and Sale. Known for its exceptional baked goods, this event benefits the WCCMA community and youth programs. Interested participants can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up, or click HERE for more info. The winners of the competition win great prizes from local businesses and supporters of WCCMA, as well as the title of Claremont’s Best Baker for the year. There is a $5 entry fee, for full details on requirements visit wcc-ma.org. Professional/Restaurants are encouraged to enter in the professional category to highlight their delicious items available for purchase locally. Any baked item is welcome, from cookies and cakes to holiday favorites from cultures around the world. Competitors are not required to be from Claremont.
The Competition will take place on December 7th at 1pm at the Union Church Hall, 133 Old Church Rd in West Claremont. All items will be available for sale and competitors’ entries will be available to sample at the event. Special judges for this event will be announced soon.
We will be sending out letters for our Annual Fundraising Drive soon. If you don’t receive a letter, or prefer to have other donation option, you can click HERE. All donations are tax deductible, and make our programs possible! We have had astounding growth in the last year, including a dramatic increase in youth education programs. Your donations help to change the lives of children in the greater Claremont area, by providing them with instruments, access to instruction, and inspiring performances. Thank you for your support!