Matching Gifts
Stock Donation

Giving to the Choirs

 

 

The St. Louis Children’s Choirs is an independent non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Your contribution is tax deductible.

Contributions to the Annual Giving Campaign are recognized in our concert programs in the following categories:

  • Maestro — $10,000 and above
  • Legacy Circle — $5,000 to $9,999
  • Conductor’s Circle — $2,500 to $4,999
  • Angel — $1,000 to $2,499
  • Benefactor — $500 to $999
  • Patron — $250 to $499
  • Sponsor — $100 to $249
  • Friend — up to $99

More Ways of Giving Support

For more about ways to support
The St. Louis Children’s Choirs
call Development Manager Kathy Tate at (314) 993-9626 or email Kathy at
kathy@slccsing.org.

Thank you!
We value your financial support

The quality of this music education program, concerts, and tours would not be possible without your support. The St. Louis Children’s Choirs is committed to making this choral music experience possible for all qualified young singers. Tuition assistance is available for families demonstrating financial need. Your interest and support of the Children’s Choirs gives young artists a place to excel and grow. Tuition covers less than 50% of the expenses involved. The Children’s Choirs programs are made possible by individual gifts, corporate philanthropy, fundraising, and grants.

Copies of our 990 filings and annual reports are available upon request.

Corporate and Foundation Support

Matching Gifts

If your employer offers a matching gift program, please let us know how your gift and the Children’s Choirs’ nonprofit status may qualify to double your donation. Community support from all corners is important. Read the linked PDF for a List of St Louis companies with matching gifts.

The Children’s Choirs is currently approved for matching gifts by many companies, including:
Apple
AT&T
Bayer
Boeing
MasterCard
RBC
Reinsurance Group of America (RGA)
SmithMoore
Teradata
Thomson Reuters
Wells Fargo

We are very grateful for their corporate support. Matching Gift filing information.

Stock Donation

Donating securities sitting on unrealized long-term capital gains, rather than simply writing a check, is potentially a more tax efficient manner to fund your charitable giving. For more information on how donating stock may be beneficial, click here.

If you are interested in donating stocks, please contact Development Manager Kathy Tate.