DONATE & VOLUNTEER
Help us transform lives through music, nature & community
Rocky Ridge depends on year-round support from donors and volunteers to drive our nationally-known programs and maintain our wonderful historic property. Scholarships are also extremely important at Rocky Ridge to provide opportunities for gifted students. We provide nearly $100,000 in scholarships and work-study opportunities each year.
Ways to Help
Whether you’re interested in investing in Rocky Ridge Music Center by supporting student scholarships, preservation and improvement of our historic facilities, or another aspect of our work, you can make a contribution in a variety of ways.
Every year, individual donors are the largest source of gifts to Rocky Ridge. Join our community of supporters by making a donation today.
You can ensure that your love of music lives on by including Rocky Ridge in your estate planning. To learn more about making a bequest or to inform us of your intentions, please contact SoYoung Lee, Executive Director.
Donate a Vehicle
Rocky Ridge Music Center has partnered with Vehicles for Charity so that you can put your unwanted car or other vehicle to good use. Click here to visit their website and begin the simple donation process.
If you are interested in discussing another sort of donation – for example, a gift of stock, an in-kind donation, or a matching gift from your employer – please contact SoYoung Lee, Executive Director.
We love our volunteers and have many ways you can get involved. If you are interested in helping us maintain our facilities, distributing promotional materials, addressing letters, hosting a house concert, or any other volunteer task, let us know!
A major infrastructure contribution entitles the donor to name that facility. Consider it a way to leave your mark on Rocky Ridge!
Rocky Ridge Music Center is a large campus of buildings and facilities that are constantly being enhanced, maintained and renovated. We have cabins to rebuild, offices and practice rooms to renovate and serious infrastructure items like the wastewater treatment plant to maintain. All of these offer opportunities for large contributors who wish to honor a particular individual or create a memorial in the name of a loved one. A gift may be done as a one-time contribution or pledged over several years.
Probably the single most significant structure in need of a rebuilding is the concert hall. A rebuilt and enlarged hall would go a long way toward enhancing the Rocky Ridge experience.
There is a wide range of naming opportunities to fit different budgets. In past years we have placed custom built “named” benches around the campus with the donor’s name engraved on a plaque on the bench.
Please contact us if you are interested in naming a part of our facility!