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Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts (Trustees of Eliot School)'s Fundraiser:

Tim Ingles Scholarship Fund

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owner profile imageHalfway to our Goal!
June 22, 2016

Dear friends of Tim, Thank you so much for your support. As of today, we are exactly halfway to our CrowdRise goal for  the Tim Ingles Scholarship  See more

THE STORY:

A year after his passing, Tim Ingles' family and friends are establishing a scholarship fund in his name at the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts.

Each year, a child will be able to attend a week of the Eliot School's Summer Program for free, exploring art, woodworking, sewing or inventions in a fun, creative, non-competitive, welcoming place.

Tim Ingles was a musician who throughout his professional life taught young people and believed in the power of art to create joy. For seven years, he played at the Eliot School's annual friend-raising parties. His wife, Carolyn, sat for many years on the Eliot School's board and remains on its Advisory Council. The Tim Ingles Scholarship Fund will carry on Tim's legacy, affirming happiness through the arts.

A generous donor will match every Crowdrise donation three to one. Every $25 you give sends $100 to the fund. Once fully funded, the Tim Ingles Scholarship Fund will house $10,000 and will last for many years to come.

MORE ABOUT TIM INGLES, November 2, 1949–January 14, 2015

Tim Ingles' musical career spanned over four decades. Named a Living Legend: African Americans Making History in 2006, he performed with Tony Award winning vocalists Melba Moore and Linda Hopkins and Rock 'n 'Roll Hall of Fame's Laverne Baker. He performed with jazz, funk and R&B legends Donald Byrd, Fred Wesley, Pharoah Saunders, Yusef Lateef, Herbie Mann, Brute Force, Leon Thomas, Artimus Pyle and Webster Lewis. He toured the US and Europe with Grammy nominee Mighty Sam McClain, and collaborated as co-arranger with composer George Russell. He was a core member of the John Coltrane Memorial Ensemble, and of WeJazzUp, playing at Slade's Bar & Grill and across the United States. Highlights over the years include Montreux and Lucerne Festivals, Montreal and Toronto Jazz Festivals, Carnegie Hall, Boston Symphony Hall, and much, much more.

Tim taught at Tufts and Northeastern Universities and at the New England Conservatory of Music. He was artist in residence, lecturer and performer with music education programs including Boston Wang Center's Young at Arts, House of Blues' Blues Schoolhouse and Young Audiences. He was Musical Director for the Wang Citi Center's Eats & Beats performances in Boston's public schools.

Husband, brother, uncle, beloved family member, colleague, band member and friend, Tim endeared people to him with his twinkling eyes, ready smile and darkly sweet smattering of freckles, his generosity of spirit, his creativity and humor. He loved cooking, cars and the people in his life.

ABOUT THE ELIOT SCHOOL:

The Eliot School inspires lifelong learning in craftsmanship and creativity for all.

In its Jamaica Plain schoolhouse, it offers classes in woodworking, sewing and fiber arts, book arts, 'tinkering,' painting, drawing and other crafts. Its Summer Program for Children brings the joy of 'making' to young people from Boston and beyond. It also sends artisans to public schools, libraries and community centers throughout the city, teaching woodworking and visual arts to children. Scholarships allow children from low-income households to participate for free.

Founded in 1676 as a grammar school, the Eliot School turned its focus in the late 19th century to the manual arts. It is known today for its excellent faculty, welcoming atmosphere, widespread partnerships, and the charm of its historic site.

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To This Fundraiser

$1,295

MONEY RAISED
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  • Abigail Norman

    $100

  • carolyn ingles

    $100

  • A.T. Howe

    $100

  • Kathy Connolly

    $100

  • Anonymous

     

  • Bev Burton

     

  • A fan

     

  • Jeri & Marion from Self Esteem Boston

     

  • Sarah Freeman

    $100

  • Jerry Wheeock and Elizabeth Wood

    $100

  • Myanna and Linda

    $100

  • Annie Cole & Gordie Orloff

    $25

  • Alex & Dorothy Darjean

    $100

  • Charlie and Judy Fox

    $100

  • Josh Rosen

    $45

  • Paul and Douglas

    $50

  • Sergio Bellotti-247drums

    $50

  • Emily and Joel Mondon

    $50

  • Carol Kelley--a childhood friend

    $50

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52% Raised of$2,500 Goal

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The Team: $1,295 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Donor Comments

Carol Kelley--a childhood friend

Carol Kelley--a childhood friend

DONATION: $50

3 years ago

Emily and Joel Mondon

Emily and Joel Mondon

DONATION: $50

3 years ago

Sergio Bellotti-247drums

Sergio Bellotti-247drums

DONATION: $50

May Tim Ingles be Remembered forever and ever! 3 years ago

Paul and Douglas

Paul and Douglas

DONATION: $50

3 years ago

Josh Rosen

Josh Rosen

DONATION: $45

Playing with Tim you always felt happy! He put a groovin smile on everyone's face! It's about Love. 3 years ago

Charlie and Judy Fox

Charlie and Judy Fox

DONATION: $100

3 years ago

Alex & Dorothy Darjean

Alex & Dorothy Darjean

DONATION: $100

The world needs more Tim Ingles 3 years ago

Annie Cole & Gordie Orloff

Annie Cole & Gordie Orloff

DONATION: $25

3 years ago

Myanna and Linda

Myanna and Linda

DONATION: $100

Tim was a friend, and a treasure on so many levels. 3 years ago

Jerry Wheeock and Elizabeth Wood

Jerry Wheeock and Elizabeth Wood

DONATION: $100

3 years ago