Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association... encouraging the study, teaching and performance of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar

Mahalo for your Donation

 

To help achieve our primary financial goal of education, the Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association maintains a Scholarship Fund that provides assistance to promising steel guitar students in their studies with acknowledged masters of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar.

 

If you would like to make a donation, please contact the Board of Directors.

(new address as of September 2017)

 

Tony Fourcroy, Secretary Treasurer
Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association
3442 Greystone Ct.
Fort Collins, CO 80525 USA

hsga@hsga.org

 

If you choose, we can also use your donation to help defray our costs in other areas - operations, publications, or promotional costs to name a few.

 

If you would like to contribute to our scholarship fund or our general fund, please use the PayPal button at the right and donate an amount of your choice. If you would like to specify an amount not offered at the right, please use the donate button on our scholarship page and write in your own amount. We value every gift, large or small, and will use your donation to carry out our mission of creating a global network of Hawaiian Steel Guitar players! Mahalo nui loa for your kokua! (Thank you very much for your assistance!)

 

 

 

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The Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association is a registered, nonprofit educational corporation in the State of Hawai`i under IRS tax code 501(c)(3). Its purpose is to develop a global communications network of players and lovers of traditional Hawaiian music and to encourage the study, teaching, performance, and manufacture of the Steel Guitar. Its primary financial goal is to provide scholarship assistance through donations and bequests to steel guitar students who demonstrate the ability and intent to become accomplished performers