Category Archives: Fund Development

Announcing the Dr. Cynthia Lawrence Founder’s Fund!

The San Diego Women’s Chorus would not be the organization that we are today without the vision and leadership of our beloved founder, Dr. Cynthia Lawrence. A long-time community activist, Cynthia established the chorus in 1987 with 14 members who sang around a piano in her living room.

In conjunction with Cynthia’s 81st birthday celebration, SDWC created a new fund- The Dr. Cynthia Lawrence Founder’s Fund – to honor her deep and lasting legacy.  Launched with a generous $10,000 matching gift from two of Cynthia’s close friends, any contributions made to the Dr. Cynthia Lawrence Founder’s Fund will be Read More

Advertise in SDWC’s Elements Program- Deadline October 13!

Become an advertising sponsor for our beautiful Elements show on November 11 and 12, which will wrap up our 30th anniversary season! By purchasing ad space in our program, you will increase your visibility, while also demonstrating a commitment to the arts, diversity, and socially progressive causes. We encourage you to use ad space for a coupon to bring concert attendees into your business with a “bring this program in for a discount on your next visit” type of message.

Our value-priced advertising rates start at just $80. See below for a full list of advertising rates. Through our two … Read More

It’s Not Too Late To Purchase Your Ad Space or Dedication for the Reflections Program!

As we approach our 30th Anniversary Concert next month, we are more grateful than ever for the support we receive from YOU in various ways! Would you like to go beyond your concert ticket purchase? We invite you to support SDWC through advertising, sharing a special dedication in the program, becoming an individual donor, or joining our growing list of corporate sponsors! There is still time to be recognized in our Reflections Program Book! April 14 is the deadline for ad sales, dedications, program book recognition for donors and sponsors!

Share a Special Dedication in the Reflections Program

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