Musician Appreciation Fundraiser
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To calm his young viewers during the 911 trauma, Mr. Rogers famously said, “Look for the helpers.” To be a Philadelphia Orchestra Volunteer is to be a helper. Your Orchestra, our Orchestra needs your help.
We have a generous Volunteer who is donating face masks (and the shipping) made out of musical note fabric to anyone who has donated $125.00 or more, while supplies last. However, donations of any amount are welcomed and appreciated. You can see photos of two of our young fans modeling the face masks above!
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If ever there was a time to support your Philadelphia Orchestra, it is now. Your commitment and generosity are appreciated.
With gratitude to the helpers,
Nancy Galloway, President of the Volunteer Committees
Supporting the Philadelphia Orchestra Since 1904
The Volunteer Committees for The Philadelphia Orchestra are comprised of dynamic and devoted Orchestra enthusiasts who are dedicated to supporting the Orchestra in such areas as audience development, educational programs, fundraising, community relations, and special events.
Volunteers have sponsored concerts, provided financial support to encourage young artists, raised funds to purchase tickets for students, and established funds for solo performances by the concertmaster and first-chair members of the Orchestra.
Volunteers have also contributed to the expansion of the orchestral repertoire by underwriting several commissions of new works for the Orchestra throughout the years.
Want to learn more about joining a volunteer committee?
Although we are not able to meet in person, we still want to show our musicians that we appreciate them!
Why Become A
Our volunteers collaborate with the Orchestra's board, musicians, and staff to fundraise, educate, and promote symphonic music in our communities.