Give to Music
Friends of UAF Music
Friends of UAF Music are the family outside our department who provide encouragement, opportunity, and support through their generosity and passion for music performance and education. Your support is used for various important programs ranging from scholarships, music education, and student travel for summer young artist programs.
Become a member of Friends of UAF Music (for FREE) to receive updates about all programs, photos of events, volunteer requests, and a recurring newsletter. Anybody and everybody can become a friend of UAF Music! Each parent, guardian, family member, friend, and supporter of UAF Music is encouraged to join our active and growing community.
We welcome and recognize all levels of donations, come join our family!
Student - $10
Virtuoso - $100
Concertmaster - $500
Guest Artist - $1,000
Maestro - $2,000
Impresario - $4, 000
Angel - $10,000 and up
Your donations support our goals
There are plenty of ways to be involved and to support us through donations. If you are interested in directly supporting music at UAF, please consider our focused accounts below.
How to Donate
To contribute to UAF Music, please click on any of the below fund links; these direct you to the University of Alaska Foundation website where you will enter your specified gift amount. Your gift will fund one of the focused accounts listed above. If you have any questions regarding donating, please contact our office at 907-474-7555.
UAF Music Support Fund
Your gifts create results we see everyday. As stewards of these valuable resources, we are striving to be worthy of investment. When you give to CLA in memory of a loved one, or simply because you care, your contribution is cherished and used to further that most human of endeavors — learning. The UAF Music Support Fund provides funds to undergird the Music Department and our programs.
UAF Summer Music Academy
Donations to the UAF Summer Music Academy support an intensive two-week program of music education for middle and high school students on the beautiful UAF Troth Yeddah' campus
Scholarships, Fellowships and student awards have an incredible impact on our Nanook Nation! We believe that enhanced student aid, through restricted or unrestricted gifts, helps retain the most talented of students. With fewer financial concerns, these students can focus chiefly on their studies, thereby reaching their full potential.
UAF Summer Musicians Fund
Supporting the UAF Summer Musicians Fund helps provide awards to Music majors at UAF who have been accepted into national and international young artist programs
Thank you for continuing to support UAF Music!
Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law; you are not receiving any goods or services in exchange for the money you give.
"How beautiful would it be if our schools and our education program showed how music is a combination of many different cultures, and cultures are an expression of many kinds of music? There’s a lot for our students, not only from a musical perspective, but also from a global perspective and in showing them how they fit in as part of a bigger world."– Dr. Miguel Cardona, U.S. Secretary of Education (Source: NAfME interview, July 2021)
In a year with unprecedented challenges, your generosity made more of a difference than ever. Your gift gave the UAF community access to the education, opportunities and tools to not only adapt but also thrive. Thank you for being there when we needed you the most and for inspiring those of us at UAF.
CLA's Gifts at Work
Total Giving: $328,764.54
CLA's Gifts at Work
Total Giving: $328,764.54
Donating Across the Disciplines
CLA degree programs span the arts, humanities, and social sciences and is the largest unit on the Troth Yeddha’ Campus. Check out the program needs of our many departments and help us shape the next generation of global citizens.
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Brooke Larson joined UAF in June 2023 and is primarily focused on internal communications and grant writing to support UAF students and programs. Brooke previously worked as the inaugural development intern for the College of Liberal Arts’ major gifts department at California State University, Long Beach.
Brooke started her undergraduate studies at Seattle University before transferring to CSULB, where she received her bachelor’s degree in English rhetoric and composition with the professional writing certificate. Brooke participated in the CLA internship program and interned at Agency 241, a student-led marketing agency, as a copywriter. Previously, she also volunteered in her hometown at the National Police Activities League and the New Life Animal Sanctuary.
Brooke looks forward to continuing her career in development and plans to earn her master’s at UAF. In her free time, she enjoys running, reading and creative writing. Since moving to Alaska from Southern California, she is enjoying the great outdoors. Brooke strongly believes in the notion of paying support forward to help the next generation of students.