When you say YES to The Choral Project with your gift, you are supporting “possibly the best and most innovative choral group on the West Coast.” AND you are helping to make possible our three outreach programs: STUDENTS4FREE PROGRAM, CHORAL COMPOSITION CONTEST, and CHORAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM.


Giving Levels and Donor Recognition


$50 :: Donor
Your name will be listed in our SJCP program booklets

$100 :: Sponsor
In addition to the above, you will receive invitations to select SJCP events.

$250 :: Patron
Added to both benefits above, you will receive a voucher for 2 free tickets (fair market value: $50)

$500 :: Benefactor
Added to all of the above, you will receive special reserved seating.

$1,000 :: Visionary
Added to all of the above, a voucher for 2 Season Tickets (fair market value: $150)

$2,500 :: Conductor’s Circle
Added to all of the above, you will receive special recognition for program support.

$5,000 :: Season Sponsor
Added to all of the above, you will receive special recognition as a Season Sponsor.


To become a donor, please select your contribution level from the drop down menu below and click the Add To Cart button when complete. You will be asked to enter your credit card details on our secure donation page. To view donor benefits, click here.

If you wish to make a general donation for a specific amount, please CLICK HERE and you will be directly to our General Donation page on PayPal.

The Choral Project qualifies as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code thereby allowing contributions and donations to be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Donor Levels
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*Ticket benefit for donations $250+
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* If you are making a donation of $250 or more, please let us know if you want to accept the tickets benefit so we can deduct the Fair Market Value of the tickets from the value of your donation.

Sponsored, in part, by a grants from the Office of Cultural Affairs - City of San Jose, SVCREATES and Applied Materials Foundation, and generous support from First Republic Bank.