Volunteering at Inverlochy
Inverlochy Art School is, as of 29 March 2017, a Registered Charity (Registered under the Charities Act 2005 - Number CC54321), this allows your donations to qualify for a tax rebate. We run our art courses at minimal prices with little or no exterior funding or grants. Our 19th Century historic house requires substantial upkeep and all monetary contributions and donated labour hours are greatly appreciated. Inverlochy holds volunteer sessions throughout the year and welcome those who may wish to help with our garden, small maintenance and other miscellaneous jobs. We have overseeing volunteer positions available for people who hold skills in trades such as plastering, woodwork, paving and garden design. Please contact us if you would like to help.
Part of Inverlochy's large garden - Photo © Mark Marriott
Membership and Friends of Inverlochy
Paid Subscription Membership of Inverlochy will give you voting rights at our Annual General Meetings and allow you to have a say in the running of Inverlochy Art School. You could also join our committee; we are always looking for enthusiastic and effective people to help keep Inverlochy on the right track.
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2016 Donor Membership Fees
Inverlochy Art School is a Registered Charity (Registered under the Charities Act 2005 - Number CC54321), this allows your donations to qualify for a tax rebate
- $60.00 (Individual) January-December
- $30.00 (Senior Citizen, Student, Unwaged)
Your membership gives you 5% discount on any classes you enrol in at Inverlochy, 10% discount at Gordon Harris and Wellington Photographic Supplies and mates rates at Regional Wines.
Committee Membership is accepted from interested parties wishing to contribute their skills to the ongoing development and success of the school. Meetings are held at least four times a year and we are always looking for enthusiastic and effective people join our committee.
Friend of Inverlochy House
- Suggested Donation: $25, $50, $75, $100, other $
These funds will be tagged to a special maintenance fund and used specifically for improvements to Inverlochy House.