Seattle Pro Musica - A World of Choral Beauty
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Your donation gives the gift of music throughout the Northwest.


Please help keep the music flowing with a generous contribution to Seattle Pro Musica today. Donations help pay for our education and outreach programs in Seattle and around the Pacific Northwest, as well as crucial choir basics like sheet music, instrumentalist appearances, and rehearsal space.

This season, your support is more important than ever. Please make a gift of any amount.

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Donations at any level are graciously accepted and recognized throughout the year, with additional benefits for those giving $250 or more.

Donation Levels

  • Friend:  $10—49
  • Contributor:  $50—99
  • Donor:  $100—249
  • Sterling Circle:  $250 and up

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If you prefer, please feel free to make your donation by contacting us at giving@seattlepromusica.org  or at 206.781.2766, ext. 302

The ongoing, generous support of our loyal contributors has helped foster Seattle Pro Musica’s growth and national recognition for its excellence and innovation as a premier choral ensemble. Thank you!

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Include Seattle Pro Musica in your deferred giving plan.

There are many ways to participate in the vibrant musical legacy that Seattle Pro Musica has been creating over the past 38 years. One way is to sit in a full concert hall and share the emotional and intellectual intensity that comes from listening to choral programs of the highest artistic level. Another level of participation, one that helps make the first possible, is to provide financial support to help sustain these wonderful programs.

When you consider making a contribution, please remember these options, as they may offer special advantages both to you as a giver and to Seattle Pro Musica as a recipient:
  • Stocks and Bonds
  • Real Property
  • Personal Property
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Funds and Annuities
  • Wills or Living Trusts
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
If any of these options interest you, we encourage you to discuss them with your financial and tax advisors, and then contact us for further information at giving@seattlepromusica.org or at 206.781.2766, ext. 302.

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Seattle Pro Musica is a 501(c)3 organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Any gift to Seattle Pro Musica can be considered a charitable contribution for tax purposes. Gifts to Seattle Pro Musica will usually generate federal income tax and/or estate/gift tax deductions, although the tax implications associated with any individual gift depend on a number of factors that should be discussed with your tax advisor and family members. Gifts of personal or real property are subject to approval by the recipient. Please be certain to contact Seattle Pro Musica to include us in any deferred giving plan.

Thank you for considering a gift to Seattle Pro Musica.

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Establish an Endowment for Seattle Pro Musica.

Seattle Pro Musica is extremely fortunate to benefit from the generosity of arts supporters like you. Should you be interested in an endowment plan, we encourage you to discuss your options with your financial and tax advisors and then contact us for further information at giving@seattlepromusica.org or at 206.781.2766, ext. 302.
 

The Strand Family Endowment



“Glenn and I have been involved in music and the arts our entire lives. We both have had fine music teachers who enriched our lives through classical music. I am a retired professional accompanist and a Seattle Public Schools music teacher and Glenn played the violin for many years.

“Over the years, we have enjoyed Seattle Pro Musica’s fine programming and continued to expand our knowledge of choral music through Karen Thomas’ lectures and program notes. We have watched Seattle Pro Musica grow into the fine choir it is today.

“We wanted to establish a Charitable Gift Annuity through the Seattle Foundation, in the hopes that these funds would allow Seattle Pro Musica to expand its vision into new musical realms and help sustain the organization, educating and enriching future generations.”
Jean Strand



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Financial gifts come in many forms: