Support Surrey Symphony Society's Giving Campaign

Goal: $5000

 

This year marks our 40th Anniversary season bringing musical enrichment opportunities to youth from across the Lower Mainland. Through our orchestra and chamber music ensemble programs, we provide training in an important musical form complementing both private lessons and school music programs. Our orchestras have consistently been awarded top honours in music festivals, reflecting the high quality of training they receive, as well as the dedication and commitment of our young members.

When you make a gift to the Surrey Symphony Society you help us bring our love of music to our students and nurture our young musicians as they develop their creativity and learn new skills. Your gift helps us develop and deliver our programs to over 100 students age 7-20 years old from across the Lower Mainland each year. Donations can be desginated to our Scholarship and Bursary Fund or to our general programs which includes weekly music rehearsals, performances and Charis camp.

The Surrey Symphony Society is grateful for the support of our community. Your donation, in any amount, is tax deductible.

Making your gift is easy and convenient through Canada Helps - simply click on the link below. One time gifts and monthly payment options are available.

Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org!

 

If you would prefer to make your gift over the phone  or in person by credit card, please contact General Manager Karen Pledger

Your gift can also be made by cheque and mailed to the Surrey Symphony Society Unit 100, 15157 56 Avenue, PO Box 39083 Panorama RPO, Surrey, British Columbia V3S 9A0. 

Download form here Surrey_Symphony_Society_Donation_Form_2016.docx

 

Donor Levels

Contributor:                       $50-$99

Patron:                               $100-$499

Benefactor Bronze:           $500-$999

Benefactor Silver:             $1,000-$4,999

Benefactor Gold:               $5,000+

 

Surrey Symphony Society Registered Charity # 119206738RR0001

 

 

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