Victoria Philharmonic Choir

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Thank You for Helping Us Share our Passion for Choral Music

As a non-profit organization, our choir is largely powered by volunteers. Your financial support helps underwrite operating costs such as soloists, guest orchestras, sheet music and marketing. It also helps us keep ticket prices to our concerts as accessible as possible for the local community.

Contributions are greatly appreciated, be they one-time, monthly or annually.

Gifts can be made:

online through CanadaHelps.org

– in person at any of our performances

by cheque, mailed to:

Victoria Philharmonic Choir Society
Box 38040, 794 Fort St. Victoria BC, V8W 3N2

To make a lasting gift on your behalf — or to honour the memory of someone special, please consider the VPC Society in your estate planning. For information about how to contribute through securities and other financial plans, please email Board Chair John Kaye.

All donations of $20 or more are tax-deductible. Canada Revenue Agency Charity BN/Registration Number 817635949RR0001


Levels of Contribution


Season Sponsors

($5,000+)


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Music Director’s Circle

($1000 - $4,999)


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Orchestra Circle

($500 - $999)


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Soloist Circle

($250 - $500)


Accompanist Circle

(Up to $249)

 

Celebrating Our

Sponsors & Donors


 
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Photos by Frank Lee, flee.com

The Victoria Philharmonic Choir extends our sincerest thanks to the individuals and organizations whose contributions make it possible for us share our passion for choral music with our community.

Individual donors are recognized by name in our concert programs, unless they elect to remain anonymous.

 

 

Recent season
& concert supporters

CRD Arts Development

NRS Foundation through the Victoria Foundation

McLean Foundation

Good Foundation

Hamber Foundation

Thrifty Foods

Christ Church Cathedral

 

 

Founding Donors
for the 2005-09 seasons

Quail Rock Foundation

The Belsonia Bogatin and Frank Paul Foundation

Bruce and Louise Lemire-Elmore

 

 
Archive photo taken November 2016

Archive photo taken November 2016