Building Our Community . . . one voice at a time.
The Kalamazoo Children’s Choir gratefully acknowledges support from all our community partners and our 2020-2021 Season Sponsors:
Our community partners know that few things in life compare to the power and beauty that is achieved when a large group of human voices are combined together in song. It can swell your heart with rapture or reduce you to silent tears.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, your donations mean the world to us! Just like the power of a large group of voices combined together in song, your contribution, combined with others, has the power to ensure that you will continue hearing fantastic choral music from the Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus. As a token of our thanks, we’d be delighted to add your name to our Patron List, which is print in all of our programs.
The Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus performs in front of audiences of more than 2,500 people each year. Businesses who place an ad in our Season Program know that it will be seen by hundreds of Kalamazoo-area families. But your ad does so much more than promote your company! When you purchase a program ad you help keep tuition costs down, nurturing a love of choral music by keeping KCC an affordable option for all children.
Do you have a friend or a family member in the Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus? Half of your program ad dollars can directly support the musical education of an important person in your life. Just add their name in the space provided on the Program Ad Form and we’ll do the rest!
- Financial contributions at any time
- In-kind contributions
- Corporate sponsorship’s
Your tax deductible contribution will provide:
- Scholarships for choristers
- Underwriting of operating expenses
- Our continued existence as a vital part of the artistic community
For further information, contact us at (269) 547-7183 or drop us a note!
The Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus thanks the following foundations for their continued and generous support: Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA), the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, the Kalamazoo Community Foundation and the John C. Fetzer Institute of the Kalamazoo Foundation.