Although Sacramento Master Singers tickets sales are healthy – especially during our popular Christmas season – ticket revenues cover only about 60% of the funds required to produce our highly acclaimed concerts. Grants bring in about another 6%. We seek the support of inspired, generous individuals and business organizations to help us continue to present excellent choral music, to support our education outreach, and to feature the rich and varied programs of Dr. Ralph E. Hughes.
Sacramento Master Singers
Registered 501(c)(3) No. 94-2850445
Your donation to Sacramento Master Singers enhances the lives of all who reside in our community and the greater Sacramento Valley. It may be tax deductible as well; check with your tax professional, please. Multiple avenues are available for aiding the choir with our goal of, “Advancing the Art, Lifting the Soul.”
Many employers match charitable contributions by their employees to nonprofit organizations, often dollar for dollar. Some will match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Consider making Sacramento Master Singers the recipient of a matched gift. Your gift will go twice as far if matched!
Please contact Lia Seyman Villados, our patron services coordinator at 916.788.7464 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sacramento Master Singers
P. O. Box 15020
Sacramento CA 95851
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Give by donating your time and energy to Sacramento Master Singers at one of our events or concerts. Meet other like-minded choral arts admirers and help with a variety of tasks such as:
Call our Patron Services Business Coordinator, Lia Seyman Villados, at 916.788.7464 or email@example.com for more information and let her know what talents you possess that you’d like to share with us. We’re so pleased to have you join us
Partner with the Sacramento Community Region Foundation, SCRF, to make your giving more effective, permanent, meaningful, and local. Find the fund that matches your philanthropic goals and name the Sacramento Master Singers as the recipient.
There are a variety of ways that you can be charitable after you are gone. Consider including charitable giving through your will or estate plan if you:
Learn the key benefits of planned giving with the SCRF Planned Giving Fact Sheet (PDF). Please read A Guide for Growing Your Fund, SCRF’s brief publication on Planned Giving, for more information on bequests, retirement plan assets, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and charitable lead trusts.
Support a Singer at Sacramento’s Race for the Arts! Next year’s date will be announced as soon as it is available, but it is usually the last Saturday in August.
Pledge to support SMS (download form and mail in):
Support the work of Sacramento Master Singers at the Race for the Arts. Find this event each August in William Land Park (across the street from the zoo, next to the pond). Each year, this fun-run or walk fundraiser helps support performing, literary, cultural, culinary arts and visual arts organizations, as well as school music, literacy, drama, visual, and culinary arts programs.
A donor-advised fund, or DAF, is a philanthropic vehicle established at a public charity. It allows donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax benefit; and then recommend grants from the fund over time. An easy way to think about a donor-advised fund is like a charitable savings account: a donor contributes to the fund as frequently as they like and then recommends grants to their favorite charity when they are ready.
Contact our business manager to receive additional information by sending email to Lia Seyman Villados at firstname.lastname@example.org.