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[Portland Gay Symphonic Band]

[Rose City Swing]

We live at
P.O. Box 8615
Portland, OR 97207

Thanks to you

Our performances are made possible through the very generous support of members, sponsors and volunteers. For answers to questions about the supporting the band or the information below, contact us at info@rgcfb.org.

Rose City Gay Freedom Band is a non-profit organization that is tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)3 rules. All monetary donations, as well as donations of unused musical instruments or equipment, are tax deductible. Donations of time, energy and personal creativity are also welcome.

individual Donors

As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the band welcomes your tax deductible donations. We recognize individual donors in any programs printed for performances by the amount of donation level:

  • Sonata: $20 - $100
  • March: $101 - $250
  • Suite: $251 - $500
  • Encore: over $500

To donate to the band, print this form (pdf), fill and mail it in with a check.
You can also make donations online with a credit card through JustGive.org.

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Corporate Sponsors

Business and organizational donors receive two season tickets to Portland Gay Symphonic Band Concerts. They are also recoginized and given a year of ad space in PGSB printed programs according to the following levels and sizes:

  • Percussion: $100 business card ad
  • Brass: $150 quarter page ad
  • Woodwind: $250 half page ad
  • Conductor: $350 full page ad

Contact us at info@rcgfb.org for more information.

Individual Program Ad Sales

Advertise your business or services with an individual advertisement
in a Portland Gay Symphonic Band program. Contact info@rcgfb.org for more information.

Event Sponsorship

Special status as an event sponsor is possible for individual events. Contact us at info@rcgfb.org for more information.

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