Rackham Choir is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are supported by member dues, private donations, state grants and corporate sponsorship, as well as ticket sales for our performances.
The work of Rackham Choir would not be possible without your support. If you share our love for the arts, a passion for music and a commitment to the community, we encourage you to support our choir with your donation.
Why do you need Support?
The Arts are largely run as non-profits and most classical music organizations, choirs and orchestras, rely on the help of their local communities to help finance them. The Arts and Music in the United States are largely privately funded and each organization has to ensure that their operations are supported financially. The Board ensures that budgets are kept. Volunteers and staff collaborate to find support through private donors, corporate sponsors and Grants for its fiscal health. The choir’s finances are audited yearly and public records are held. These can accessed through Data Arts (formerly Cultural Data Project)
How can I help?
You can support Rackham Choir by donating to our General Fund to help with the development of our organization and its operating support, or the Suzanne Mallare Artistic Fund to help towards our Rackham Choir High School Vocal Internship Program and Community outreach projects. Your donations may also go towards our productions where your sponsorship will directly benefit our musicians, production staff or make entire performances possible. For more information about supporting Rackham Choir download our Sponsorship Information pack. For questions regarding your donation please email us at administration@firstname.lastname@example.org.Make a donation today Download Sponsorship Information pack
“The fund is to be used in part for promising young singers, to foster their musical growth through studies and opportunities to work and perform with professionals. Additionally, funds will be targeted for projects that resonate with the social and cultural issues prevalent in our neighborhoods.”-Bud Uhl, Former Board President and Honorary Member
The Suzanne Mallare Artistic Fund
In honor and gratitude to the visionary artistic leadership under Suzanne Mallare Acton, Rackham Choir established a Fund in 2007 to fulfill the organizations ongoing commitment to youth, education and community support.
The fund is to be used in part for promising young singers, to foster their musical growth through studies and opportunities to work and perform with professionals. Additionally, funds are targeted for projects that resonate with the social and cultural issues prevalent in our neighborhoods.Make a donation
Rackham Choir is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Kresge Foundation.
Our work would not be possible without the tireless effort and enthusiasms of all our Supporters.
- AIG Matching Grants Program
- Community Foundation of Greater Flint
- Community Foundation of South East Michigan
- Detroit Public Schools Foundation
- DTE Energy Foundation
- The Kresge Foundation
- Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs
- National Endowment for the Arts
- The Loraine and Melinese Reuter Foundation
- St. John Providence Health Systems
- The Earla Smith Foundation
- The Village Club Foundation
- Richard & Susan Bingham
- Dr. Arthur & Nola Chester
- William & Pamela Day
- Tom & Beth Deuel
- Joshua & Emily Eichenhorn
- Susan A. & Daniel Fox
- Barbara Frankel & Ron Michalak
- Mary Mazure
- Jim & Sarah Piper
- Glen & Cynthia Solomon
- Philip & Maureen Abele
- Aziz & Lorna Abraham
- David Osborne & Suzanne Mallare Acton
- Fran Bachmann & Bruce Bisballe
- John & Jan Bernick
- Joan Emerick & Peter Saldana
- Jeffrey & Germaine Fritz
- James Leyerle & Brian Derey
- Patrick & Patricia Minnick
- Roger & Nancy Nelson
- Phyllis Snow
- Bud Uhl
- Mary Lou Zieve
- James P. & Constance L. Andres
- Victoria Bigelow
- Stephen Black
- Philip Campbell
- The Michael Chetcuti Foundation
- Robert & Linda Finkel
- General Motors Foundation
- Marjorie & Dennis Glaza
- Kansas City Dept. of Transportation
- Neil and Andrea Lynn McSweeney
- Mendelson Orthopedics P.C.
- James Murphy
- Nadia Risca
- Norma Jean Washabaugh
- Anne Weekley