The Scholarship Fund was established nearly a decade ago to open doors and extend opportunities to the economically disadvantaged in greater Lawrence County. By completing a simple application with proof of income, nearly 250 individuals have gained access to the Hoyt’s year round schedule of classes, workshops, summer, and after-school programs each year. The majority are children ages 3-13. As the region continues to work together to rebuild the economy, the Hoyt continues to accept gifts to the Scholarship Program to sustain learning opportunities for all ages in perpetuity. Please contact Kimberly Koller-Jones, Executive Director, for more information on a tax-deductible gift.
Gifts both large and small are always welcome to acknowledge the achievements of the living or the lives of those now past. These tax deductible contributions support the sustainability of our programs and facilities by providing equipment, restoring a work of art, or endowing a staff position among other options. Appropriate recognition is determined by the Board of Trustees. Individuals interested in contributing to the Hoyt’s legacy in greater Lawrence County should contact Kimberly Koller-Jones, Executive Director.
Permanent Art Collection
The Hoyt continues to build its collections of fine art, decorative arts, antiques and china to educate current and future generations about the art and industry of our Southwestern Pennsylvania heritage. From the European paintings of our founding fathers to the contemporary work of Romare Bearden, Robert Motherwell and Wolf Kahn, each piece contributes to a chapter in the ongoing compilation of American culture. Individuals interested in making a tax-deductible contribution should contact Kimberly Koller-Jones, Executive Director. Evaluation is the responsibility of the donor.