Without its enthusiastic community of performers and supporters, the San Francisco Choral Society would simply be unable to operate. Sustaining our programs costs upwards of $300,000 a year, an enormous sum for a small community-based performing arts organization. We receive 17% of our annual budget from the registration fees singers pay to participate in the chorus. Ticket sales account for another 45% of our budget. Generous grants and contributions make up the balance.
We would be grateful for your contribution, no matter how big or how small. All donations are tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law. Click here to download a form and mail your donation to the chorus, or click on the button below to make a donation online:SF Choral is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our federal tax identification number (taxpayer ID) is #94-3107344.
You can also help us while you shop and surf the web
1. When you shop at Amazon, every purchase you make can help us at no cost to you – simply start your shopping using the search box at the bottom of every page of this website (or click this link). For an added benefit to the chorus, be sure to click this link and designate San Francisco Choral Society as the beneficiary to buy the same items at AmazonSmile.
2. Shop online at other leading merchants via goodshop or search at goodsearch — after designating San Francisco Choral Society as the organization you want to support — and SF Choral will benefit from rebates whenever you make a purchase from participating merchants or do a web search. 3. List your credit cards and affinity cards from merchants like Mollie Stone’s and CalMart at eScrip.com, being sure to cite San Francisco Choral Society as the organization you want to support. Up to 2% of your spending will automatically be donated to us. Click here to find participating merchants in northern California.
You can donate a used car
Call 1-800-320-0476 to arrange, and tell the operator you’d like the proceeds to benefit SF Choral.
Thanks to our supporters
We are particularly grateful to receive grants from the Grants for the Arts program of the San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund, the Getty Foundation, the Bernard Osher Foundation and the Bank of American Charitable Foundation.