The Next Ten Legacy Fund

BCTC’s Next 10 Legacy

Congratulations and welcome to five youth from presenting organizations around the province supported by the Next 10 Legacy Fund to attend Pacific Contact 2017.

They are:
Dawson Rutledge from Cranbrook, Kaydee Hayward from Smithers, Trevor Stewart from Burns Lake, Fahlon Smith from Victoria, and Valentina Montilla from Vancouver

A special thanks to their sponsors for nominating these fine young people:

Lynnda McDougall, Bulkley Valley Concert Association, John Barth, Lakes District Arts Council, Valerie Dare, Errington War Memorial Hall and Caitlin McKee from the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

This program would not be possible without the following generous individuals and organizations.  We salute you and thank you for your generous donations!

Individuals: Colleen Brines, Dani Fecko, Galen Olstead, Julia Mackey & Dirk Van Stralen, John McLachlan, Kent Gallie, Kevin Bruce, Malcolm & Brenda Fleeton, Margo Kane, Michael Cade, Nadine Tremblay, Paul Gravett, Susan Urquhart, Trent Arterberry  

Organizations: Atlantic Presenters Association, CAPACOA, Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, Lakes District Arts Council, Ontario Presents, Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils, Quesnel Live Arts, South Okanagan Concert Association, Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre

With the commitment of the contributors listed above and all of BCTC’s members, BCTC will continue to encourage, nurture and support young people to learn about and get involved with touring and presenting the performing arts in BC. We will match funds raised to offer scholarships and subsidies to attend Pacific Contact, to create opportunities for specialized training, mentorship and leadership. Won’t you join us in making this possible for the Next 10?

Make a Donation Today At Pacific Contact and Begin the Fundraising Drive for 2018

You can fill out a donation form and hand it in at the registration desk at Pacific Contact and/or add a donation to the bottom of your Silent Auction Bid.

Donations may also be sent to BCTC by email/mail and on-line via Canada Helps.

Donors will be recognized on BCTC’s website, in communications, and in next year’s Pacific Contact program.

BCTC is a registered charity. Personal donations over $50 are eligible to receive a charitable tax receipt. Charitable tax 106812233RR0001