Have you given to the Annual Fund? There’s still time left to make a tax-deductible donation for 2017! Your gifts close the tuition gap and pay for rehearsal space, expert faculty, scholarships, tours, recordings, sheet music, concert venues, and so much more. By making a contribution, you enrich the lives of hundreds of girls, ensuring […]
Why should I give?
Giving to the Seattle Girls Choir is essential to the fiscal health of our organization. Tuition covers only a portion of our expenses each year, so we rely on donations like yours to close the tuition gap. Your donation helps pay for scholarships, our faculty, rental space for rehearsals and concerts, tours, music scores, and much more. Any amount you can give is sincerely appreciated. Please make your donation or pledge today!
What is the best way to give?
You may donate online any time of day, throughout the year, by clicking on the blue DONATE NOW button at the top of the page.
Gifts by Mail
You can also make a gift by mail at any time. Please send a check, credit card, or money order to Seattle Girls Choir at 1910 E. Spruce Street, Seattle, WA 98122.
You may pay your gift in installments over several months or years, if you wish. Please let us know how much you would like to pledge, your ideal schedule, and we’ll handle the rest.
You can email Jennifer Alexander-Hill, Director of Development and Special Events for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-526-1900.
A huge thank you to all our SGC girls and their families for your fantastic work on our 35th Anniversary Raffle! A few gifts are still coming in, but you have raised approximately $32,000, that’s about $7,000 more than last year! This money will be used to pay for scholarships, rehearsal space, expert faculty, […]
Seattle Girls Choir has long been a champion of arts education and the profound impact it has on the development of young minds. Unfortunately, in recent years, King County public schools have made dramatic cuts to arts programming and this has taken a toll on all students, particularly those from underserved communities. Voting “YES” on […]