Thank you for considering becoming a Sponsor for the Consonare Choral Community. As a Sponsor of Consonare, you and/or your organization or business will have a unique opportunity to help us support our mission to build and cultivate community, primarily for women and children, through inclusive choral music education and performance opportunities at minimal cost; as well as engage the public in quality, collaborative, creative, and affordable choral programming.
Sponsorship could include, but not limited to, the donation of space for our use for rehearsals or performances, donation of goods to support one of our ensembles, and financial contributions to help fund a special project for our singing community. Your support would have direct impact on allowing this new organization to grow and flourish.
Consonare currently has a Board of Directors and Artistic Director/Executive who volunteer their time to ensure this new non-profit organization is sustainable as we work to further our mission. To accomplish our goals, Consonare fairly compensates professional musicians and music educators involved in our community choirs and provides modest stipends to our professional vocalists in our chamber choir. Other expenses include performance venues, programs and flyers, purchasing sheet music, acquiring performance and recording rights, and insurance. Part of these costs are covered by low registration fees and donation collections at concerts, but for a significant portion, we depend upon the generosity of our private donors and sponsors like you!
Sponsors will be listed in our concert programs and flyers, as well as can be listed on our website and/or social media, as a means to express our gratitude for this support.
To explore becoming a sponsor, please contact our Artistic Director,
Sarah Kaufold, at: Sarah.Consonare@gmail.com
Consonare Choral Community, Incorporated, is a non-profit organization with tax-exempt status with the IRS under section 501(c)(3). If you would prefer to donate instead, please click the button below: