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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Cultural & Ethnic Awareness, Dance, Music

Mission: The Celtic Arts Foundation''s mission is to sponsor, encourage and promote Celtic culture through events and educational activities. We entertain and inspire.

Target demographics: the Celtic Community

Geographic areas served: Washington State

Programs: The Skagit Valley Highland Games in a Celtic festival which attracts over 10,000 people each year in Mount Vernon, WA. We feature bagpipe bands, Highland dancing, traditional Scottish athletic events, arts and craft vendors, folk music, and much more.

Community Stories

72 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation fosters the music, dance, and cultural traditions of Celtic peoples in the Pacific Northwest. People from all cultural heritages are invited to participate in the events, including the annual Highland Games at Mt. Vernon, the first full weekend of July. Everyone is welcome, and there's no clan "snobbery". The staff consists primarily of volunteers, united by an affinity for the art created and events produced.

For a really good time, attend a CAF event. Expect to be welcomed to an experience you will never forget.



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1 Tina31

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started volunteering for the Celtic Arts Foundation, because a coworker asked if I wanted to help at their big event, which is the Highland Games. I was hooked after that, because I discovered a group of people that are some of the best people I have ever met. The organization is well run and they help keep the traditions and heritage of the Celtic community alive. I will be a life long volunteer and supporter of this wonderful organization that brings so much culture and diversity to our community.

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1

Advisor

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation is exceptional. The organization maintains its mission as its north star and is steady in ensuring that the mission is carried out in a variety of ways to meet people of all ages. The range of programs, from the beautiful concerts at Benaroya Hall is Seattle, to the Highland Games in Mt. Vernon to the educational programs, the organization is committed to broadening its reach and serving more and more people in a financially sound manner.

Very notable is executive leadership. The executive director, Skye, has core values that have been instrumental in growing this organization: commitment, creativity, celebration, fun, financial stewardship and lifelong learning. As a leader, he continues to study and learn better/best nonprofit management practices to ensure that the organization, the board and staff grow with the changing times.

It is inspirational to watch the Celtic Arts Foundation grow to meet interests and needs. Building a center that will serve communities is a bold step that requires leadership --which is in place and a growing support base. I have watched the organization grow and thrive over many years and encourage others to support it through volunteerism, membership and financial support and of course, attending the many programs and services offered throughout the year.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I have been involved with the Celtic Arts Foundation for more than 10 years as a piping instructor at the Winter School. The school has many strong points in that it attracts a large number of pipers, drummers, fiddlers, smallpipers to the school. It also boasts what can only be described as a truly world-class faculty in every discipline. People in Scotland are amazed when you tell them the names of the instructors.......all at the one school!

However, this can only come to fruition with the C.A.F. doing its job, and the organisation leaves no stone unturned to make sure that every tiny detail is taken care of, often above and beyond the call of duty. This for me not only demonstrates efficiency, but more than anything I have seen a huge commitment to encouraging the arts in this part of the world. A real labour of love, typified by Skye Richendrfer, to name but one.

I can already see the fruits of that in the improvement of students every time I attend the school.

In July, I visited Mount Vernon, as part of a trip to judge at the Skagit Valley Highland Games, which was a fantastic event run by the CAF. What a great part they play in the community by running this major event. The fact that people travel huge distances is testament to how well run and popular the games are. Part of that trip involved seeing for myself the new CAF building and the Littlefield Centre. It was great to see it in the flesh and see the plans for the extension currently taking place. Another triumph!

This is a great organisation to support, and you can see from the great many reviews how important it is to the community.

Willie McCallum

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Celtic Winter School was a fantastic experience that I am grateful to have had. I not only got to learn great tunes from interesting, engaging, and friendly instructors, but also met many other people from all backgrounds who share a common interest. One of the most remarkable things I was a part of was the Ceilidh that took place in a common room. The room was filled with music, from fiddlers, smallpipes, drummers, and even non-instrumentalists who clapped and sang. We played music deep into the night, with a fire to keep us warm, far past midnight, entranced by the music and the sheer joy of playing together. CAF is an organization that has offered truly indescribable and wonderful programs, and I very much hope they are able to continue.

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1

Client Served

Rating: 5

As an adult learner, I began taking bagpipe lessons four years ago. My second year, my pipe instructor suggested that I might benefit from attending the Celtic Arts Winter School. To say that I have "benefitted" from this experience is an understatement. I will be attending for the FOURTH time this coming February, and am just as excited as I was the first time I went! In my humble opinion, the quality of instruction is second to none. Anywhere in the world. This group of pipers is the best of the best. Besides the fantastic level of instruction, the knowledge gained by the "total emersion" situation we students experience is awesome. We eat, think, and play music for a whole week.....We learn, we play our instruments, we ask questions, and we play some more. Everyone from the students to the staff to the pipe instructors are so supportive and helpful. Their goal is for us to learn and get better, and enjoy what we do!! I can't thank the Celtic Arts Society enough for all of the hard work that goes into putting this school on every year. They work hard so we as students will benefit from the best experience possible. Sincerely, Nancy Menefee

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation has done a tremendous job in promoting Celtic music and culture. At the very least, I participate in the CAF's Winter School held in February of every year. I have been attending this workshop as a bagpiper for 10 years and plan for this event more than I do for Christmas. It has become an annual pilgrimage for me and the school has had participants from across the nation (even a few international students). The foundation is well organized, focused and effective at achieving its goals. The leadership at CAF is outstanding and the support staff are committed and productive.

As a musician and a lover of Celtic culture, I am very happy to have an organization like CAF around.

David MacDonald
Vallejo, CA

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Pamela90

Volunteer

Rating: 5

When I first came to the valley in May 2001, I knew no one and had no family in the immediate area. With my Scottish last name someone suggested that I should volunteer for the Highland Games. I did hoping I would make some friends. I had no idea I would find a family. I have volunteered for many groups over the years but never for 13 years - with no end in sight. Often with volunteers you get what you pay for but not with this group. It is the hardest working but fun-loving group of which I have had the privilege to be part. A big part of the success of this group is due to the leadership of the director Skye Richendrfer. He expects nothing of the volunteers he is not willing to do himself.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am most pleased to be a part of this group for two reasons: (1) I am of Scottish heritage and enjoy the Celtic culture they provide to our entire community. This is a source of great enjoyment and building pleasant relationships with many people we would not otherwise have any contact. (2) The vision and energy this group has to build a center will greatly enhance our community, not only to extend the culture opportunities, but to provide meeting/ event space that will benefit everyone.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

To say that the Celtic Arts Foundation is a great Non-Profit would be a huge understatement in my mind. I have been an instructor with their program for over 10 years now and I have also had the good fortune of being a student of the small pipes one year. This has given me a chance to see the school run from both sides of the table.
I know that the Foundation runs several events but I will speak to what I am familiar with and that is the winter music school held each year in February.
A program like this takes a tremendous amount of time from volunteers and money raised through fundraising so that the fees for students themselves can be reasonable enough. This foundation provides upwards of 10 separate scholarships to deserving musicians each year, for a variety of reasons, best student, or hardest working, or people that are recognized by the staff very "quietly" that need a little financial help themselves.
The team of people that run this particular event are heart and soul in it 100% and this makes being a member of the faculty a great joy.
But every non profit is there for a specific reason. It can be to raise money for something, be it a childrens team trip to an important game, to the never ending cost of research needed to cure any of the terrible diseases in this world, or to advance one's personal well being as I like to call it.
When folks are working hard during school, or University, or in their busy careers, the chance to pursue an art form for a couple of weeks each year is important to recharge their systems. When the program is good, the people leave happy, plain and simple.
Each year on the final day when we pull out of the parking lot, there are a lot of sad faces in the crowd as this is now a yearly institution for many people. The Celtic Arts Foundation Winter School stands for promoting excellence in Celtic Arts, and does it's best to get the very best people they can to be involved. From volunteer workers helping out , to the staff running the logistics, to bringing in the best musician teachers that the world currently has to offer everything is done to the best potential possible and the students take note.
The foundation is also open and honest in letting people know that they need help, they need support to make this work, but what they spawn here is a very viral good feeling among others.
I"m fortunate enough to teach many of the students here individually and everyone looks forward to "winter school" as it's affectionately called, and during the other 11 months, they are out playing gigs, promoting the arts and "paying it forward" themselves.
I myself run a charity in Canada and part of what I see with the people here working together to build a bigger better music community, has helped to inspire me to build a bigger better music community here. The result : those people that have a good time and receive help, more often than not want to help others, which I am happily guilty of. So, supporting the Celtic Arts Foundation brings a joy to folks and the power of music in ones heart, drives the individual's to pay it forward and help other society's also. That's a very powerful message I think.
Bruce Gandy

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

As a member, participant and donor for at least 10 years I believe the Celtic Arts Foundation is the best run and most clearly focused Non Profit organizations in the country. The executive, Skye Richendrfer, motivates the board and committees in a subtle, quietly powerful way. He is practical, after all he is Scottish, clear, amazingly supportive and encouraging of volunteers. He is a great group leader, always prepared and clear about the goals set by the Board. For over 20 years the Foundation office was in Skye's home. He didn't want to incur any extra expense while he and the Board planned each step of the way towards a future Home and Venue supported by Donors. the Community and others. Skye knows how to care for and feed prospective donors. I call his secret patience. He knows how to wait, how to plant and wait for the harvest. It was a crew of volunteers with a low key contractor who turned a house across the street from the Post Office into a Home for the Celtic Arts Foundation with offices, work space and a board room. Currently the Foundation is moving ahead, constructing an attached venue which will seat 100 making it the largest in Mt. Vernon.
Our whole family of 12 plus many friends enjoy the Annual Robert Burns Dinner complete with the best available Haggis, Annual Meeting, a St Patrick's Ceilidh-bration - a party, Scottish Breakfasts, Highland Games held for 2 consecutive days in July in Riverside Park along the Skagit River. The Foundation was instrumental in building a covered, raised Stage that is permanent in the Park. It provides a place for featured Musicians to perform. Other events include Masters of Scottish Arts Concert held in a major venue in Seattle, two "schools" held at a Conference Center, one for Highland Pipes and Drums and two different sessions at different times for Scottish Smallpipes and Fiddle. Upon completion the addition will be acoustically sound and welcoming of all. CAF has friends all over and into Canada. Skye is a well trained and practiced piper who is also a respected judge of Pipers and their skills. It is amazing to write this review of the dream held so long by Skye and the CAF board. So much has been accomplished and happily the dream continues to grow.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

My wife and I have been involved with the Celtic Arts Foundation (CAF) since it's inception. As owners of Anacortes Music Company, we have been sponsors, volunteers and advisers to CAF. After we sold our company and retired we have stayed involved even though extensive travel has limited out participation. In our travels across the US and Canada we have encounter numerous similar organizations but none with the breadth and depth of commitment by everyone in the organization to CAF's mission.

We feel the mission of CAF, bringing Celtic music, history and culture to the public is one that warrants support and will gladly carry their banner through continuing support in the future.

On a more personal level we have learned a great deal about our heritage and so enjoyed the work of CAF with young people and young musicians to learn, share, and carry on the traditions.

Wayne D. Norris
wdn_2000@Yahoo.com

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

Our community is very fortunate to be the home of the Celtic Arts Foundation. The CAF does an amazing job promoting their mission of promoting the Celtic culture through putting on numerous events, many of which have compelling and engaging educational aspects. The current building projects are creating a very real asset to the community by providing not only offices, but a lovely mid-sized performance and meeting space. An organization well worth supporting.

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1 L Nicole C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation puts on several local events to promote Celtic heritage, music, and culture. The Highland Games they put on every year is very helpful for people who know they have Scottish heritage, but aren't sure what that means or who haven't been able to find their clan. The first year I went to the games I found my clan and finally found my family. My mom was adopted so I felt very disconnected from her adoptive family and had never met anyone from her biological family before. My clansmen have felt more like family to me than some I had grown up with. Since connecting with my heritage, even my own kids have felt a real sense of belonging within the Celtic community. My daughters and I got involved for a while with the Country Dance group. My son, who suffers from a neurological condition which limits fine motor skills, has even started violin lessons because he wants to play fiddle like the guys at the Highland Games.

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

CAF does more to promote Celtic music and traditions than any other organizations to which I belong. There is very strong leadership and outstanding goals which provide strong direction for a non-profit group. I belong to state and national Old Time Fiddlers' Organizations and to three state Bluegrass Associations. The Celtic Arts Foundation is driven to promote its music than all of these other organizations. The CAF goals are high but realistic and they are in need of supportive funding beyond the donations and activities they have now.

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1 Gary53

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I've been involved with the Scottish Community for much of my life, including playing the pipes and drums in local bagpipe bands.

What Skye Richendrfer and his staff and volunteers are doing for the music and arts of our Scottish and Celtic community here is just about the coolest thing I've ever seen. He's bringing expertise in musicianship through schools and performances, as well as bringing awareness of the true Scottish and Celtic traditions to the general public.

Keep up the good work Skye,

Gary Morris McBeath

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

Celtic Arts has been intrurmental in, not only bringing celtic culture to the community, but helping to use that tradition to bridge to other parts of the commiunity. It has set a high bar for festivals and venues for others.

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1

Client Served

Rating: 4

In Feb I will be attending the CAF Winter School for the great highland bagpipes for the third year. The instructors they are able to attract are the best in the world. The people who run the school are always welcoming and enthusiastic. I travel half way across the continent to attend.

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

I first started supporting CAF as a musician attending the Skagit Highland Games, which are always wonderful summer fun. Some years later I finally started attending the annual membership meetings and quickly signed up to be a dues-paying member. I am so proud to be a part of an organization that does so much throughout the year to promote cultural heritage. So many of the members work tirelessly both in front of and behind the scene of the many CAF-sponsored events. They also really know how to have a good time!

1

Donor

Rating: 5

This is a very driven organization that delivers year after year some of the finest celtic events in the country.

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1 Lynn89

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation has provided many opportunities for the public to enjoy and learn more about Scottish culture. They are extremely well organized and helpful to many other groups and individuals. It has been an extreme pleasure to work with this organization on the Highland Games. I have often heard that many people think this is one of the best games on the circuit. People also speak very positively about other activities that are put on by or sponsored by the Celtic Arts Foundation. Because of their hard work they deserve any recognition that they can receive.

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

Since it's inception the Celtic Arts Foundation has done a fantastic job of raising awareness of all things Scottish in the Pacific Northwest area. By effectively engaging both the traditional Scottish cultural community and vast numbers of Celtic 'newbies' this organization has done more to raise the profile of the Celtic culture than most other like minded groups that have been in existance for decades. Through tireless fundraising, community events, sponsorships of budding musicians and other performers this group has had a major impact on the promotion of Celtic culture over the past number of years.

All events they stage are professionally carried out, and provide excellent value for money and time committed by participants and spectators alike!







































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1

Donor

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation is a well organized non-profit organization in Skagit County that provides a unique cultural contribution to the community. The organization's Celtic ties are authentic and genuine and they invite the larger population to enjoy what they have to offer.

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1

Donor

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation is a dedicated group of people bringing great culture, entertainment, music, festivals, and education to our little valley. The stage they built for our parks is fabulous. The new music venue they are building will literally change the downtown area of our small town for the better introducing us to even more talented people from around the world. As a volunteer and donor, I personally have made some cherished friendships through my volunteer work with the CAF. I feel our community is blessed to have the CAF be part of it.

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1 Vickie11

Donor

Rating: 5

We have been enjoying the benefits of the Celtic Arts foundation for over ten years now. We started by going to their fabulous summer festival, and became total converts, members and then donors! From the enthusiasm of the leadership to the loyalty of the volunteers, to the quality of the programming, this organization is simply the best! What they have managed to do consistently well over this long period of time deserves both recognition and support--and our deepest thanks! We plan our July now to be sure to be able to attend the summer festival and look forward eagerly to their winter concert as well. We can't say enough good things about them--and can only urge everyone to join them in July for the best of bagpipe music, and a festival that also highlights the best of simple pleasures for all ages--from folk music, to sheep herding, to Scottish dancing and even the famous caber toss--all enjoyed in a crowd of all ages of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet! The world is indeed a better place for having such wonderful dedicated people in it as the ones who run this organization and do so much with whatever they have!

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1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started my association with the Celtic Arts Foundation over 15 years ago as a Scottish Country Dancer. After meeting with the leadership over the years, I have developed a deep appreciation for the vision, management, and sincerity of the director and board to the foundation's mission. As the CAF has grown, it has continue to effectively present Celtic cultural events and support awareness of Scottish culture contributions to our community.

I am now a "super volunteer" and devote a week annually to support the Skagit Highland Games. The CAF has a unique ability to foster a dynamic volunteer corp year after year. I believe that this is because the CAF does an incredible job of thanking its volunteers.

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1 Bud_

Donor

Rating: 5

Bonnie and I have donated to the Celtic Arts Foundation because it is a way for us to both learn about and celebrate our heritage. The CAF facility brings together collaborators from our northern neighbor British Columbia Canada to our southern neighbor Oregon to plan such events as the various Highland Games competitions and the Master of Scottish Arts concerts. These events and others like the Robert Burns dinners raise funds that are used for scholarships for young people to receive training in music arts which are then enjoyed by a widening number of people from other cultures represented in the Pacific Northwest. Events which include music and dance along with traditional celtic food have helped Bonnie and I to reacquaint ourselves with cultural knowledge which had previously been lost to us.

G.R. Bowers

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1 Patty50

Board Member

Rating: 5

I first became involved with CAF through attending the Winter School fiddle session in 2009. What struck me about that experience and since, as a CAF member, is how welcoming, friendly, and supportive it is as an organization. I'm relatively new to the "sport" of Scottish fiddling and not the strongest musician. And, while I have Celtic ancestry - it's pretty distant. Despite this I've found that it doesn't make a hoot of difference. My experience with fellow musicians, volunteering at CAF events and more recently my service as a Board member have confirmed that it is all about celebrating friendships and sharing good times together through the common interest of Celtic music and culture.
The success of the organization is due in no small part to the outstanding leadership of the Executive Director, Skye Richendrfer. Skye's enthusiasm is infectious and is reflected in happy volunteers that work extremely hard to share the enthusiasm. Skye is often heard saying that our goal is to "play well together"- this not only applies to music making, but I've found it in every aspect of the organization and events.
I have benefited greatly from participating in fiddle workshops and Session music making, but it's the welcoming fellowship and the interest in sharing that keeps me involved in CAF and motivated to contribute with my time and gifts. I'm so excited about having a "place" in Mt Vernon where we will be able to share with even more folks the music and culture we enjoy.

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3

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I have been one of the bagpipe instructors at the Celtic Arts Foundation Winter School for the past eight years. Having taught at piping schools around the world over the past thirty five years I have found this specific programme to be one of the very best I have been involved in anywhere in the world. The pupils are grouped so that both they and the instructors can give them the best attention possible. Time is devoted to technique, musical interpretation, sight readying/memorising, practice chanter and bagpipe playing. The instructors arrive in the knowledge that Skye K. Richendrfer, (Executive Director of Celtic Arts Foundation) and his team have prepared everything, so we the instructors, can hit the ground running and totally focus on offering our best teaching to the students.
It is an honour to be associated with such a high level organisation.

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1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I just wanted to comment that, as an active and performing piper in the area, the Celtic Arts Foundation provides an incredible base of musical and cultural support for individuals engaged in keeping celtic music and associated activities alive. I will add that this organisation does this, miraculously, with a minimum of political shenanigans and a maximum of common sense, clear communications about what they need from members, and robust content inside the events they oversee. I have been an active participant in not one but several of their sponsored activities (The Winter School, the Mt. Vernon Highland Games, etc.) and not just in the last year but over the last ten years. The Celtic Arts Foundation's employees and board have been a pleasure to work with over the years and I support them whole-heartedly in their goals and mission.

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1

Board Member

Rating: 5

The Celtic Arts Foundation helps us all to learn about and celebrate our Celtic Culture. I have been lucky enough to have been with this Board from its formation and I have enjoyed every aspect of the work that we do. From Highland Games to Concerts to educational opportunities, Skye has led the organization and inspired the members and volunteers to produce exceptionaly high quality events. I look forward to every new year as there is always a new project or adventure!

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1

Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been a board member for 9 years, President for 2 of those years. This organization has done a wonderful job of promoting Celtic/Scotish culture to not only folks in the Mount Vernon area, but in the entire Pacific Northwest. There are at least 10 events sponsored by the organization yearly celebrating the Scotish culture. We have grown from a one event organization(Burns dinner) to annual Highland Games, two weeks of instruction along with a major concert in Seattle. Currently the foundation is building a center called the Littlefield Celtic Center in Mount Vernon which will house the staff along with a 100 person performing center. The center is expected to be completed by May of 2015. Current membership is around 300 people.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a volunteer for the Celtic Arts Foundation for around 10 years. I love working with this amazing group of people. The Foundation does a wonderful job of creating different venues where people can experience, learn and just enjoy various aspects of the Celtic heritage. From the Scottish Highland Games, Winter School. Robert Burns Dinner and so many other events. They have supplied numerous scholarships to very worthy individuals. I look forward to each event and the wonderful time that everyone has working together.

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Bob_84

Donor

Rating: 5

I first learned of the Celtic Arts Foundation in 2012 when my cousins in Richmond BC came down to dance competitively at the Skagit Valley Highland Games. What a great venue of Scottish/Celtic Culture! Highland Dancing, Celtic Apparel, Celtic History, Weaving, Fiddles & Pipes, Athletic Games, Shepard Dogs and so much more. Oh, and Haggis.

So much to see, so much to learn at the Games. I was naturally drawn to the Fiddle & Small Pipe Tent where many local musicians rotated through the weekend's event performing, entertaining and educating young and old alike. My Great Grandfather was a Teacher of Music & Dance in our ancestral home of Forfar, Scotland. After inquiring about sponsorship opportunities, I jumped at the chance to sponsor the Small Pipe & Fiddle Tent.

What I received in return is something I find hard to put into words. To honor my Great Grandfather with this sponsorship was gratifying in itself. But to spend the 2013 Games at the Tent, my first sponsorship, and observe the artists, musicians and performers was a true joy. Not just to listen to them, but to watch their excitement, their passion. And it got better. Bringing young children, young musicians (and a few adults) onto the stage to teach them a tune, assist with technique. To watch the faces of the children was indescribable!

What Skye Richendrfer, Beth Sato and the countless volunteers do for the Celtic Community is truly amazing. The Highland Games are but one of the events CAF offers. Local Celtic music, the Annual Master of Scottish Arts, Fall & Winter Schools for Pipers & Fiddlers. The list goes on and on.

The passion, the excitement is contagious. I've been a wee sponsor of the Games and the Arts programs for just the past two years. I look forward to growing in my sponsorship and will enjoy watching the Celtic Arts Foundation grow locally, regionally and internationally in stature as a true leader of Celtic Heritage. And I will most enjoy being a participant in the fun!

Thank you for allowing me a few lines of appreciation,

Bob Guild
Kirkland, WA

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Hope O.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This charity ensures the continuation of Celtic arts and provides education so that those who perform those arts can continue to improve.

I've never experienced such a well run organization, they do an excellent job in organization, communication, and their product/service.

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