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The CSA Annual Fundraiser is hosted at Renamor in the historic community of Tuxedo Park, New York. All proceeds from the event benefit the Christina Seix Academy Graduates' Fund.
Click here to learn more about The Christina Seix Academy's mission to provide an outstanding education to underserved students in the Trenton, NJ area.
The Fund’s mission is to ensure that no CSA graduate limits his or her academic and personal potential for financial reasons, filling the gap between available scholarships at their matriculated institutions and the total expenses of living and learning. We recognize that the challenge for our students evolves when they graduate CSA and begin high school. With your support, we'll make sure they have the financial and emotional resources to achieve their dreams and pay it forward.
Each year, Renamor hosts a themed fundraiser to support the CSA students’ continuing education. In 2019, our theme - The Future is Art - highlights the paradox of our current age. We witness daily the exponential growth in science and technology, robotics and AI. In light of this technological advancement, we find it ever more critical to remember what makes us fundamentally and irreplaceably human: creativity, self-expression, and the ability to connect with others. We hope you will join us in celebrating both the technology and humanity of our shared future, all the while providing better futures for the children whose educations we support through this event.
“When jazz was born it was exciting and made us laugh and cry. Jazz should be the most relatable of music because it is pure human improvisation being broadcasted in real time. Our goal with this group is to not recreate the past but to explore it and mix it with the future. I want to use our original music to create that theme.” - Sweet Megg