Your Support

Your support is like music to our ears! Your donation will be your instrument, and music your legacy. There are so many ways to support the Santa Rosa Symphony. Click on the links below to learn more.

Every year, the Board of Directors, volunteers of the SRS and staff seek charitable contributions from all segments of our community to cover the cost of making the music you love. Approximately 45% of our operating budget comes from the generosity of our patrons, community organizations, and regional business leaders. This support keeps ticket prices reasonable, provides musical education to Sonoma County students and allows us to pay our outstanding SRS musicians a competitive wage. We are indebted to all of our donors. Please read on, and to find out how you can keep the music alive in Sonoma County.

If you have questions about the donation process, please contact the Enid Rickley-Myres, Director of Development at (707) 546-7097 x 214 or email

Ways to Give

“The aim of philanthropy…is improvement in the quality of human life.”
—Robert Bremner, American Philanthropy

We believe that supporting your Symphony is an investment in Sonoma County life. If you place a value on living in an arts-rich community, we ask you to deepen your commitment to our continued success with a personal gift of any amount.


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Corporate Partnerships

When you become a business partner of the Santa Rosa Symphony, you become a partner with all of Sonoma County.

Consider a Sponsorship of the Santa Rosa Symphony and receive 12 months of high-value marketing and public relations benefits. We offer diverse sponsorship opportunities that have high impact and provide an opportunity to introduce your products and services to some of Sonoma County’s most astute consumers, our loyal audience.


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Why Your Support Matters

We are building a lifelong relationship with classical music deep in our community, providing free professional instruction and musical instruments in our most underserved neighborhoods, and bringing stunning orchestral music to Sonoma County’s world-class Weill Hall.


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