Arts Connecting Community Week

SCU•Presents Performing Arts Center’s Arts for Social Justice Program is proud to announce "Art Connecting Community Week", featuring a fundraiser to support Ukraine Refugees in partnership with SCU’s Russian Speaking Club. Purchase tickets for any SCU•Presents PAC performance showing from May 20th - May 26th and $3 per ticket from these sales will go to SCU Russian Speaking Club’s fundraiser. Performances include Sister Act the musical, Jazz Band and Combos concert, and SCU Wind Ensemble concert.

Donations will benefit Project HOPE, a nonprofit organization working within Ukraine and along its borders. Project HOPE provides vital humanitarian aid and shelter to the victims of the Ukraine warzone, and we are asking our Santa Clara and SCU community to help support this important cause. For more information, explore the Russian Speaking Club’s team fundraising website


Arts for Social Justice is the heart of SCU Presents, and in keeping with our commitment to foster dialogue and action within our community, we are now calling on our Santa Clara family to join us in supporting those in Ukraine who need our help. In order to be a catalyst for change, “It is not enough to be Compassionate… You Must Act.”

Sister Act, the musical
May 20th at 8:00 p.m.
May 21st at 8:00 p.m.
May 26th at 8:00 p.m.
May 22nd at 2:00 p.m.

Jazz Band & Combos
May 25th at 7:30 p.m.

SCU Wind Ensemble
May 26th at 7:30 p.m.




From the SCU Russian Speaking Club:
We are students from Eastern Europe and Central Asia who have come together  to support victims of war in Ukraine. Most of us have families and friends in the war zone, who now spend their days hiding in bomb shelters while their homes are destroyed. We cannot stay quiet and passive while our loved ones are facing this tragedy.  We are launching a fundraiser to raise money for “Project HOPE”, a nonprofit organization currently working in Ukraine and on its borders, providing vital humanitarian aid and shelter.  We have reached out to SCU•Presents PAC, who are supporting us in promoting our fundraiser and helping us reach our goal of $10,000. In these times of fear and unease, we believe our community can make an impact for  Ukrainian families in dire need of help.