Taking a Tragedy of yesterday
to help fund the artist of tomorrow

Giving Tuesday
November 30th

Today, November 30th, is Giving Tuesday, an international day dedicated to generosity.  Kiersten Woodward Memorial Fund is incredibly grateful to our supporters and know you have many choices when it comes to your benevolence.  Your generous contributions to KWMF go directly to students choosing to pursue the arts after high school.  In fact, KWMF has delivered 10 scholarships to students at Mooresville and Herron High Schools over the last 2 years.  There are other ways to participate in Giving Tuesday as well.  

*Share Kiersten Woodward Memorial Fund with others and tell them of our mission.
*Commit to volunteering for one of our future events.
*Give back to the arts community by supporting a local artist, going to a play, seeing a show.
*In honor of Kiersten, don’t leave the room without telling a loved one, “I love you” as she was known to do.

Yellow 2021 was a success

Thank you so much to everyone that came out!  Thank you to all our sponsors and vendors.

KWMF: Snapshot


The Kiersten Woodward Memorial Fund (KWMF) provides educational funds to the students of the Mooresville High School and Herron High School pursuing future endeavors in the arts. These students excel academically, receive recommendations from teachers and administration indicating they are making a impact on the peers and community.

KWMF is a 501(c) non-profit corporation and is funded by generous donations of individuals and organizations. Donations are tax-deductible. 

more about us


We rely on the generous donations of individuals and corporations in order to fund the scholarships we award to the artist of tomorrow. Thank you!

Get involved

Visit our "Get Involved" Page to learn ways you can contribute! Donations do not need to be financial. Your time and talents are valuable too!

our mission

Our mission is to fund the artist of tomorrow by turning a tragedy into something with a profoundly positive impact on our community.