Chorale members’ annual dues cover only a fraction of our operating costs. We deeply appreciate everyone who supports Seattle Jewish Chorale.

Your tax-deductible donation directly impacts our ability to participate in local community events, and to provide high quality entertainment to our audiences. Click here to learn more about how your donation makes a difference.

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Friends and Family - November 6 - December 10, 2017

As we approach our 10 Year Anniversary, we are looking forward to celebrating the Chanukah season with a concert on December 17. In the Spring, we will be celebrating a decade of Seattle Jewish Chorale with members old and new, and a grand party.

To accomplish everything we desire for this landmark season, we very much need your help to meet our expenses: paying for music and performance rights, supporting lower rates for singers who can’t pay full dues, renting venues and equipment, and paying our professional Music Director, Accompanist and Operations Manager, all of which are so crucial to creating exciting and accomplished performances.   

You can, if you wish, make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the Seattle Jewish Chorale through our operating partner, Shunpike, by clicking
"Donate Now" above.

If your employer matches gifts, don’t forget to let us know - email seattlejchorale@gmail.com to coordinate matching gifts or sustained giving.

We can also accept cash and check donations given directly to Chorale members, or mailed to Shunpike at:

815 Seattle Blvd. S. Suite 215
Seattle, WA 98134

Checks should be made out to Shunpike, with a note that the check is for the Seattle Jewish Chorale. Please also note the Chorale member who is your special friend or family on your check or online donation's notes section.

As a special gift, for any donation over $90 we will provide a ticket to our fall concert, and for donations over $126 we will also provide a copy of our professionally produced CD from last season.

A donation of $50 will pay for music for one of our singers for the year.
A donation of $200 will pay for a scholarship for a season for a member who cannot pay full dues.
A donation of $350 will allow the chorale to perform an outreach concert at a facility such as the Summit on Capitol Hill or the Kline Galland Home.

Your help means that we can sing wonderful Jewish music that our Puget Sound audience might otherwise never hear.

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