Applications Due Annually by March 31st

Limited financial assistance is provided each year by the Society to dancers, musicians, and students or researchers of Scottish history and culture. This assistance is provided to individuals or groups at the recommendation and approval by the Society’s Board of Managers. Individuals/groups must fill out a written application, which is to be submitted to the Board before any consideration for financial assistance is made. Scholarship requests are accepted from January 1st to March 31st each year. The St. Andrew’s Society of Jacksonville reserves the right to deny financial assistance based on a variety of factors including but not limited to the availability of scholarship funds, previous financial assistance to the individual/group, or a general or specific lack of worthiness of the project or training for which the assistance is requested. Please complete either complete and submit the fully Online Scholarship Application or the .PDF Scholarship Application and return it to: or

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

Please note the application is in Adobe Acrobat format. If you don’t have the reader already, you can download it here.

Contact Us

To contact us, you may write to:

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.