September 22nd – The Scott-Free Autumn Art Auction

Over the past eleven seasons, Scott-Free has provided summer camp opportunities to more than 550 At-Risk Children, furthering our mission to:

Ensure that all children are afforded a summer camp adventure, along with the opportunity to explore and discover the possibilities of their own abilities, dreams, and desires by exposing them to life outside their own surroundings… Together, let us nurture and grow future generations of responsible, compassionate individuals…

Summer camp matters
Scott-Free matters
Your support matters… 


So please join us on September 22nd for an evening of music, art and entertainment as we celebrate the 11th year of The Scott-Free Scholarship Foundation!

Raleigh’s Empress Room is the perfect venue to host this unforgettable art-soiree, and as always there are many surprises in store throughout the night!

  • Empress Room – 407 Glenwood Avenue
  • Bidding starts at  12:00 noon on 9/22/18

Along with our camp partners and the efforts of a caring community, Scott-Free placed a total of 32 at-risk children in various summer camp programs throughout North Carolina and Virginia in 2018!

During these summer months Scott-Free established new camp partnerships, ranging from golf and tennis to an IT computer technology camp. These will be welcome additions in 2019 to our already amazing camp partnerships!


This years Scott-Free Autumn Art Auction consists of art donated to support our mission of sending at-risk children to summer camp programs. Take a look one of the pieces below and as we approach September 22nd we will spotlight additional pieces that are included in the auction.


In addition to the collection of amazing art up for auction, we have a special live showcase featuring glass artist Chelsea Rousso, and her wearable glass corsets, bandeaus, and swimwear.

Chelsea is also the author of Fashion Forward: A Guide to Fashion Forecasting. Rousso’s artistic glass vestitures have appeared on catwalks at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC and Centre Des Sciences de Montreal. Chelsea also creates unique sculptures with ribbons of glass woven and fused into beautiful silhouettes.

For one night only Chelsea Rousso’s one-of-a-kind work will be showcased throughout the evening, worn by models provided by Models for Charity. Don’t miss this exciting evening of art!