Be a 21st-Century Patron

Your Donation Matters—Thank You!

The Choral Artists are very grateful for the ongoing support of San Francisco Grants for the Arts / Hotel Tax Fund, The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, and the Zellerbach Family Foundation. These organizations, many loyal individual donors, and corporations matching their contributions—AT&T, Cadence, IBM, Microsoft, and Salesforce.com—enable SFCA to provide consistent support to expand appreciation of new American choral music, support Bay Area and other American composers, and foster young composers. Thanks for being a patron of the arts. SFCA can’t do it without your help.

Please give online by clicking the Donate button (and use your personal credit card via the safety of PayPal—no PayPal account required), or mail your check to:

SF Choral Artists
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94102-3916

Donating Stock

Your gifts of stock—and planned gifts such as bequests—are always appreciated. Please contact SFCA at 415.494.8149, or for stock gifts, you can also download the SFCA Stock Gifting Instructions. SFCA’s non-profit IRS Tax Identification Number is 94-2936962.

Donating a Vehicle

Are you planning to replace an old car? Here’s an easy way to support SFCA. Consider the vehicle donation service provided by Auction City at vehiclesforcharity.com.  Smile is another easy way to support SFCA: When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to SFCA. Bookmark this link to Amazon to support SFCA when you shop.

You Made a Difference

In 2013, SFCA proudly announced the Roger Nixon Living Music Initiative (RNLMI), designed to advance its commitment to new choral music by doubling funds for SFCA new music programs.

Happily, the success of RNLMI now supports two NEW composer-focused programs—SFCA+1, inaugurated to celebrate SFCA’s 30th season, and Wild Card Commissions, new in 2016.  SFCA+1  is designed to expand the repertoire for chamber choir and a single instrument. Wild Card Commissions  underwrites commissions to more composers whom SFCA admires, and this spring treats you to world premieres from two very diverse composers—Robin Estrada (March) and Veronika Krausas (June).  SFCA couldn’t have imagined so many significant developments, built on its recent accomplishments:

  • Winning the national Chorus America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming—in both 2012 and 2015;
  • Collaborating with Grammy-winner Mads Tolling in June 2015;
  • Collaborating with local composer/librettist Joshua Horowitz and the Veretski Pass instrumentalists to premiere the unique folk opera Lilith the Night Demon in May 2014;
  • Releasing With Strings Attached, with The Alexander String Quartet, favorably reviewed by Fanfare Magazine.

As RNLMI continues to grow, SFCA’s new music initiatives will continue to widen, to support and showcase more living American composers.

Won’t you please help SFCA sustain this important work through your generous donation this season?