Private philanthropy fuels the heart of Music on Main’s work. Read on to learn more about how you can help make it possible for individuals from all walks of life to continue to ‘listen, together’.
“Thank you for continuing to be so brave… The production was absolutely flawless. You [navigated] the score,A Music on Main audience member, 2021
text, and the movement in a sustained and meaningful way. Bravo! I can’t help but feel both [the] sadness of what a
live experience can offer, and happiness due to the creativity I was able to witness.”
The Director’s Circle is for those who choose to underwrite Music on Main’s annual activities each season with a gift of $1,200 or more, providing the support on which Music on Main thrives.
For just a few dollars a month, you can make a real impact at Music on Main!
When you make a gift of securities to Music on Main, you put stock in knowing that you’re creating powerful opportunities for artists, audiences, and communities to ‘listen, together’.
The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association
The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA) drives downtown Vancouver’s social, cultural, and economic vibrancy. Each year, the DVBIA animates downtown spaces, advocates and shares research on behalf of local businesses, and sponsors over 30 Vancouver-based festivals and cultural events that activate the downtown core.
Just like Music on Main, the DVBIA creates opportunities for people from all walks of life to come together, share experiences, and create community. Music on Main is grateful to the DVBIA for their support of our annual Modulus Festival, February 2022’s Songs for a Lost Pod, and other events throughout the season.
The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation
Are you this person?
This person is very much a philanthropist: they’ve been a supporter of Music on Main for several years, and a generous patron of a few other arts organizations in Vancouver for just as long. Their generosity and care has helped to unlock many possibilities for the organizations with which they choose to share their philanthropy.
With a strong commitment to Music on Main’s vision and leadership, this person contributes to help us continue helping people to ‘listen, together’ – particularly in these challenging times. Since this person prefers to be discreet about their support, we respect their choice to remain anonymous. There are several in the Music on Main family who wish for the focus to remain solely on artists and audiences, and not shift to them. However, to us at Music on Main, these individuals are each unique.
This person could be you.