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The SCA Board of Directors hopes to keep members as informed as possible, and uses this website as one way to do so. The Board welcomes your feedback via e-mail, or you may mail them to the Corporate Office.

Announcements from the SCA Corporate Office and from the Board of Directors

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New Membership/Marketplace portals are on-line!

Please visit both sites to see the improvements that have been made.

SCA Membership Website | SCA Marketplace Website


Use AmazonSmile to benefit the SCA, Inc.

If you shop at Amazon.com, the SCA can benefit from your purchases at no additional charge to you!

Here’s how: Go to smile.amazon.com. Sign into your account and a pop up page will appear. In the “search” box type in: Society for Creative Anachronism and click the search button. Click on the top one and you are done. Your donations will be automatic for any purchase within the Amazon Smile program (which is most merchandise). You can also use the following link. http://smile.amazon.com/ch/94-1698556

Amazon will donate 0.5% of each purchase to the Society for Creative Anachronism. These donations will be deposited quarterly from the AmazonSmile Foundation into a separate SCA corporate account dedicated for these donations.

What is the AmazonSmile Foundation?
The AmazonSmile Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation created by Amazon to administer the AmazonSmile program. All donation amounts generated by the AmazonSmile program are remitted to the AmazonSmile Foundation. In turn, the AmazonSmile Foundation donates those amounts to the charitable organizations selected by our customers. Amazon pays all expenses of the AmazonSmile Foundation; they are not deducted from the donation amounts generated by purchases on AmazonSmile.


News about the SCA can also be found on:

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The Official SCA Twitter stream

SCAToday.net
SCAToday.net is a news portal website featuring news and information about the SCA, the Middle Ages, and Renaissance. It is an independent publication, not affiliated with nor endorsed by the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.


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