The Orlando Philharmonic is brought to life through the passion of our musicians, and the incredible generosity of patrons like you. When you play your part, you support musicians and guest artists as they provide captivating musical performances for audiences, help our teaching artists and volunteers provide education programs to area students, and assist us in building a sustainable future for symphonic music in Central Florida. Making a memorial, or honorary, gift is a wonderful way to recognize a special friend.
There are many ways to play your part:
- Make a gift directly to the orchestra
- Give to the orchestra through United Arts (Feb-April), and your gift is matched by 15%
- Download a United Arts pledge form and mail to United Arts
- Questions? Call 407.896.6700 x225
MAKE AN ANNUAL GIFT OR PLEDGE
Donations to the Philharmonic are welcome any time. We especially encourage you to give or pledge during the annual United Arts Campaign, which occurs February 1 to April 30 each year. Gifts made during this time receive a 15% match from United Arts of Central Florida. Your dollars support the orchestra’s programming for the following season. Pledges made during the campaign may be paid any time through the end of the campaign’s calendar year.
A NEW INITIATIVE, Power2Give.org
Power2Give.org is an online giving platform made available to arts organizations throughout the region by United Arts of Central Florida. From May through January, arts organizations posts small projects, with goals of up to $10,000. These projects are great opportunities to give to a specific cause, whether it’s opera sets, education programs for students, or another special project. Browse current Power2Give projects.
OTHER WAYS TO PLAY YOUR PART
When you become part of the Orlando Philharmonic family, you’ll enjoy a deep connection to the music and musicians, and special behind-the-scenes opportunities, including open rehearsals and much more. Click here to view full Donor Levels and Benefits.
For additional information about donations and benefits, contact Kelsey Braun, Development Coordinator.