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[To BECOME A SPONSOR or TO DONATE OVER $1,000, please Contact Joanne Barnes via the Contact Page]

You can make a difference. Success in the performing arts is largely achievable because of generous corporate, business and individual donors who make concerts like Singing for Children possible. Your patronage guarantees that we are able to present the highest quality artists in this outstanding venue, the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena CA. Singing for Children is relying on your generosity for this concert on 6 October 2018 to be a success. Most important of all is that you will ensure that our fundraising goals are met in a significant and notable way.

Singing for Children: Opera Stars in Concert” is presented proudly by Classical Artist Services of California, a California not-for-profit corporation with tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). All contributions, therefore, are tax-deductible to the full extent permitted under applicable law.

There are many ways to donate, as a business or corporation, or as an individual. Your donor dollars make it possible to put roofs over the heads of families who lost everything in the devastating fires in California and the hurricane in Puerto Rico. Those dollars also will go towards helping create solar panels for the energy grid in Puerto Rico, especially for families still without power. The fruit of your donations will be a fabulous evening of classical vocal music by internationally renowned opera artists.

This is a Win-Win for everyone!

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Those individuals and companies wishing to make donations by check instead of via credit card may do so as follows:

Make your check payable to

“Classical Artist Services of California”
and send it to

Classical Artist Services of California
2101 California Street, Suite 2
San Francisco, CA 94115-2801

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