Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra enables us as amateur musicians to enjoy playing to a high standard and to make classical music more accessible to the local community. We are also committed to the performance of contemporary music and support the development of talented young composers. Patrons’ donations will help to ensure the future of our orchestra.
For a minimum donation of £15 a year you will receive:
- Our thanks in concert programmes
- Regular mailings about our activities within the community
- Invitation to open rehearsals
- Invitation to our Annual Patrons’ event.
If you would like to become a Patron of Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra please donate below and we will contact you shortly afterwards or contact the Patrons Manager via our contact us page.
You may also wish to sponsor a particular part of our organisation:
- £50 will sponsor a player of your choice for a concert
- £100 will sponsor venue hire for a concert
- £200 will support a winning young composer in this year’s young composer’s award.
As we are a registered charity we are also able Gift Aid your donations. To gift aid your donation you must agree to the following statement…
I want to Gift Aid my most recent donations and any donations I make in the future or have made in the past 4 years to the Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra. By saying that you are eligible for us to claim Gift aid you agree that you are a UK taxpayer and understand that if you pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all your donations in that tax year it is your responsibility to pay any difference.
If your circumstances regarding Gift Aid change then please get in contact with us.
Please select your donation below…
|Patrons’ Contribution with Gift Aid £15||Patrons’ Contribution without Gift Aid £15|
|Patrons’ Contribution with Gift Aid £50||Patrons’ Contribution without Gift Aid £50|
|Patrons’ Contribution with Gift Aid £100||Patrons’ Contribution without Gift Aid £100|
|Patrons’ Contribution with Gift Aid £200||Patrons’ Contribution without Gift Aid £200|