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Have You Renewed Your Membership for 2023?

With the new year comes membership renewal for 2023. Annually, SASJ begins membership renewals in October with the publication of our own Scots Speak. We accept renewals through March of the new year without a membership lapse. Have you renewed your membership for 2023 yet? You can find the membership form attached here, as well…

SASJ Save the Dates!

This Saturday is Burns Dinner for all those who reserved seating, and we could not be more excited for this wonderful evening each year! Sunday, February 19th is the Kirkin at St Giles Presbyterian Church in Orange Park to kick off the NEFL Scottish Games week. Saturday, February 25th is the NEFL Scottish Games at…

AGM is Today and Burns Dinner 2023

Reserve your seats now, you will not want to miss some of our largest events to kick off 2023 right! All are welcome and invited. Saturday, January 7th, 11am brunch at Culhane’s Southside to kick off with the AGM. RSVP at jacksonvillestandrews@gmail.com. There are still open positions on the Board of Directors so if you…

Happy Hogmanay

Happy Hogmanay! Scotland is celebrating Hogmanay, the last day of the year, with well known Scottish celebrations including first footing, redding the house, clearing all debts, fireworks, gift giving, torchlight processions, dancing, singing, and a wee dram or two. Hogmanay celebrations in Scotland are largely considered to have originated by the invading Vikings in the…

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Saint Andrew’s Society of Jacksonville
PO Box 551473
Jacksonville, FL 32216

The St. Andrew’s Society of Jacksonville is a 501 (c) 3. Non-Profit Organization. Contributions to the Society, including membership dues, are tax deductible. 100% of the funds contributed go to the regular business of the organization including but not limited to storage and transport of educational materials; presenting and supporting Scottish cultural and educational events; and scholarships to dancers, pipers, and students of Scottish history and culture.  Contributions may be earmarked to the scholarship fund if desired. 

Donation of goods to be sold at auction to benefit the Society are tax deductible on the basis of the actual cost of the item donated. Donors who purchase items at a charity auction may claim a charitable contribution deduction for the excess of the purchase price paid for an item over its fair market value.

 Fee charged for attendance at events sponsored by the St. Andrew’s Society of Jacksonville, including Burns’ suppers, are not tax deductible, being reimbursement for goods and services acquired by the Society on behalf of the attendee.