Concert Tickets On Sale
Tickets to our 2015 Benefit Concert are now on sale through City Box Office. Our Annual Benefit Concert will be held at 7 pm on April 19, 2015, at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, CA. Click the "Buy Tickets" button below to purchase your tickets directly through City Box Office.
If you know someone singing in our chorus this year, please visit our 2015 Chorus Members page to get their special coupon code. Use this coupon code at the time of purchase to ensure that half of your ticket purchase price goes directly to the charity they have chosen to represent. At purchase simply enter "SFA" plus the 3-digit code to the right of their name (Ex. SFA001).
Make a Donation
We have again partnered with Classy.org (formerly StayClassy.org) to provide a safe and secure way for you to donate to the Sing for America Foundation. To make a general donation to our 2015 Fundraising Campaign, simply click on the "Donate Now!" button below.
If you know someone singing in our chorus this year, please visit our 2015 Chorus Members page and click on the chorus member's name to make a specific donation to the charity they have chosen to represent. You will be taken to the member's Personal Fundraising Page at Classy.org where you can read about their charity and make a direct donation to their cause.
Happy, Shiny People
Here are some photos of our choristers presenting checks to the organizations for whom they sang! To see a full list of 2014 SFA Beneficiaries, go to our 2014 Beneficiaries Page.
Michael Campbell presenting a check to Todd Gates, President of the Sausalito Youth Sailing Foundation and Renee DeCurtis, head sailing instructor for Sausalito Yacht Club. Cliff Romig presenting a check to Youth Spirit Artworks. Diana Lydia Kehrig presenting a check to Paul Smith for Contemporary Opera Marin. Josephine Lucchesi presenting a check to benefit the West Portal Lutheran School's Music Program. Pedro Rodelas presenting check to Coronado Elementary Choral Program. Greg Lau presenting check to Major General Michael Myatt (ret) for the Marines' Memorial Restoration Fund. Rebecca Sparks presenting a check to benefit the Diablo Valley College Music Department. Read more >
Creating Your SFA Fundraising Page Press the play button to run the presentation automatically. Use the left and right arrows to navigate through the presentation. Editing Your SFA Fundraising Page Read more >
Create your SFA Fundraising Page! It's easy! Are you internet savvy? Do you participate in social media sites like Facebook, Google+ or Twitter? Then setting up your fundraising page will be a breeze. We include step by step instructions below. Not feeling so adventurous? No worries!Find Pedro or Buffy at rehearsals. Bring your laptop and have a profile picture handy (ideal size 186X186). We wil… Read more >
The Videos of the 2014 Sing for America concert are online. Feel free to enjoy and share. Find them at www.youtube.com/singforamericasf. Watch Nicolle Foland and the SFA Chorus sing "You'll Never Walk Alone." Read more >
Make Our Garden Grow
Click on the image below to watch a
video clip from our 2014 Benefit Concert.
What We Do
Sing for America brings chorus members together, from several different groups, in training for a concert, joined by professional choristers and noted soloists...much the same way one would train for a triathlon for breast cancer while fundraising online.
A major share of performance and fundraising revenue is handed to each member to bring to their chosen beneficiary. SFA also funds Artist performances, Arts Education, and Performing Arts Organizations.