The Leduc Performing Arts & Cultural Foundation encourages the creation and participation in the arts for the citizens of Leduc and Leduc County through their support of scholarships and local fundraising initiatives.
Leduc Performing Arts & Cultural Foundation, was created as a lasting legacy of Florence Mackenzie, a dedicated teacher of the Black Gold School Division, to support scholarships and awards, to performing arts students in City of Leduc and Leduc County.
Donations have also been received from community supporters of Performing Arts and Culture in Leduc, to augment this legacy fund. If you wish to contribute to the ongoing work of the foundation, a charitable donation receipt will be issued for all donations over $25.
2021 Applications accepted from June 1, 2021 to June 15, 2021
Scholarship and Award applications are now available, for 2021, from the Leduc Performing Arts & Cultural Foundation, deadline for submission is June 15, 2021.
Kiara Krogsgaard 2019 - LPACF Media Electronic Arts Scholarship Recipient
"Thank you kindly! I was overjoyed when I received the scholarship, and couldn't thank you enough for helping me with my education this year!"
Gaven Flewelling 2019 - LPACF Music Scholarship Recipient
"Thank you for the scholarship and the opportunity to perform"
Anna Pollard 2018 - LPACF Music Arts Award Recipient
"I am very happy to be able to receive this award and put it towards my future musical endeavors as I attend the UofA. Thank you to the members of the committee for the continued support of young musicians in Leduc."
Katjana Bruinsma 2017 - LPACF Performing Arts Award Recipient
"Thank you very much for recognizing Katjana as a recipient of performing arts award. She chose to use the funds to attend a summer. Highland Dance Camp; it was an incredible experience nd valuable learning for the coming year as well."
Teena Van Boom Leduc Music Teacher
"I am so thankful to your organization in its support of our youth. Keep up the good work."