SFA Benefits

Our Beneficiaries are selected by our singers and major donors who participate in our events. You can see they are in the main “arts”, arts education, or performance-related organizations. There are a few humanitarian beneficiaries as well…again, selected by our participants. That is a foundation of our work…the “choice” allowed each participant relative to their volunteered time, effort and ability in what is a “great time had by all.”

In addition, beneficiaries can boost the enterprise put forth their representatives in our chorus by recognizing that someone is making an effort for them, and in turn, coming to our performance…perhaps as a group from their school or chorus…and Sing for America will return half of their ticket purchase, along with dollars raised by their singing champion. They can also provide contact lists of others sympathetic to their cause for their chorus participant to contact for a donation or to attend our concert.

More important…they can multiply their return by finding others who might wish to sing with us while raising support for their good activities — chorus, school, theater — any one of the great examples shown below.

Beneficiaries

10,000 Degrees
42nd Street Moon
Avedis
Black Opera Productions LLC
Boys and Girls Club-Peninsula
Bridge the Gap College Prep
Bright Stars of Bethlehem
California State Parks Foundation
Call of the Sea
Center for Domestic Peace
Center for Early Intervention Deafness
Child Legacy international
Children’s Theater Association
Chorus Eclectic
Coffee Creek Volunteer Fire Department
Common Roots Farm
Community Initiatives Harmony
Contra Costa School for the Performing Arts
Corazon Healdsburg
Dawn Redwood Trust
Drivers for Survivors
East Bay Children’s Theater
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Enriching Young Lives Through Music
FoodRunners
Frost School of Music
Grace Cathedral
Halleck Creek Ranch
Hamlin Robinson School
Hope Counseling Petaluma
Impromptu
Island City Opera
Jazz Foundation of America
Lamplighters Music Theatre
Lookup.live Fund
Masquers Playhouse
Maya Health Alliance
Meals on Wheels

Meals with Dignity
Minds Matter of San Francisco
Monte Rio School Music Program
Music in Place
Musica Marin
Musical Theatre Works
Nashville Dolphins
National Brain Tumor Society
OKIZU Camp
Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre
Parkinson’s Association of Northern California
Penn Mutual Center for Veterans
Pinehurst Women’s Auxiliary
Planned Parenthood
Project We Hope
Ragazzi Boys Chorus
Sacred Harvest of Silicon Valley
Saint Ignatius Music Program
San Francisco Boys Chorus
San Francisco Choral Artists
San Francisco Opera
Save the Redwoods League
Semper Fi Fund
Shurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery
Silicon Valley Humane Center
St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church Food Program
Tam High United Music Boosters!
The Guardsmen
Trinity Center Volunteer Fire Department
USO Bay Area
Weingarten School
WESPAC Foundation – Leap Program
Women First International Fund
Women’s Health Resource Center
Youth in the Arts
Youth Spirit Artwork

Sing for America’s sponsorship of the American Bach Soloists’ ACADEMY is a deeply appreciated investment in the careers of the cream of the crop from conservatories around the globe. SFA’s financial support will help ensure the future of great music that has inspired generations from all walks of life.

Kathy McKee

ACADEMY Administrator, American Bach Soloists

The College of Adaptive Arts is tremendously grateful and appreciative of Sing for America for helping to generate support for our new nonprofit in the arts. SingforAmerica, through the pivotal legwork of Bill Teter, was able to generate a substantial donation which directly went to classroom resources for the arts classes working adults with special needs.

DeAnna Pursai

Executive Director, College of Adaptive Arts

Your Generous Donation will be spent entirely towards Music education at Monte Rio Union School…we are able to provide our K-8 grade students with a rich program in the Arts…instrument lessons and music classes each week…75% of our students live at the poverty level…still tremendously successful at school…warmest thanks.

Jennifer Schwinn

Superintendent – Principal