Support LFAC

    Jack Cole Youth Scholarship

    The intention of the Jack Cole Youth Scholarship is to introduce young adults between the ages of 18 - 24 to LFA’s unique mission of exploring the connection of the arts, healing and spiritual practice based in the Life Force Arts Method, a modern version of perennial wisdom teachings that value love, true self and creative community. The scholarship is funded from donations to Life Force Arts Foundation, which is a tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization.  Please click here for information and to fill out an application.

    Each Jack Cole Youth Scholarship gives $150 tuition credit for events at Life Force Arts Center.

    Donations of all amounts are to the Jack Cole Youth Scholarship welcome! $150 covers the cost of one Youth Scholarship for one young person.

    Jack Cole, a long-time supporter of Life Force Arts Foundation, was a college teacher, writer, artist and a leader in the Wild Onion Grove Druid group that meets frequently at Life Force Arts Center. Jack was an amazing human being - kind, intelligent, humorous and always real. His legacy is one of support for all people in the realization of their true selves and their connection to the divine.

    We invite you to add your support to this effort to educate young people in the arts and spiritual practice, a goal dear to Jack's heart.


    Spirits, Saints & Angels

    LFAC's Annual Fundraising Campaign

    $50 Spirit

    $100 Saint

    $250 Angel

    $1000 Archangel


    Other Amount

    Donations of all amounts are welcome! Life Force Arts Center is a tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization; donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


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Other ways to contribute

In-kind Donations

We also welcome in-kind donations of materials - office supplies, furniture, and many other goods.  Please contact Joan at for more information.

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