The Sugarloaf Community exists to provide an Education and Recreation Center, emphasizing ecological sustainability for the benefit of the Williams community and future generations.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Through fundraising, facility rentals, community donations, business support, and grant writing efforts, we actively seek financial assistance for projects that will benefit the Williams’ population. If you would like to donate to the SCA you may do so by hitting the donate button below and you can choose how your donation will be used; chose to donate to our general fund or towards one of the following programs:
SUGARLOAF CENTER: A volunteer-run unschooling center, infoshop, and community venue. This 750 square foot space houses an array of learning resources, including computers and wifi, reference books, a book exchange, collections of rocks, bones, and bugs to study, a zine library, homesteading and DIY materials, art and craft supplies, games, and more. The center is available to host community events, meetings, and classes. For more information visit sugarloafcenter.org.
WILLIAMS COMMUNITY PRESCHOOL: Low cost to no cost kindergarten readiness programs in partnership with Williams Elementary School and Southern Oregon Early Services Hub.
WILLIAMS FARMERS’ MARKET: Organic produce, wine, meat, bread, eggs, plants, cheese, crafts, jewelry, sprouts, baked goods, popsicles, art and more; homegrown and handmade in Williams.
WILLIAMS STRINGS PROGRAM: Music program for homeschool and enrolled students 2nd grade and up, in partnership with Williams Elementary School.