DONATIONS & SPONSORSHIPS
We invite you to join our donor family – as a Sponsor, NCO Family Member or Contributor.
Please help NCO continue to bring the very best in community orchestra performance to the Naples area. General donations in any amount are greatly appreciated and will be used wherever we need it most. If you wish to designate your donation to a specific need (sponsor a concert, fund a chair or soloist, or provide a student scholarship), please see Sponsorship Opportunities. To inquire about matching donation programs, memorial bequests, or stock donations, please contact John Weiss,
our Board Treasurer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All donors will be listed on our website donor list at the close of our season. Donors of $1,000 and up will be listed in our Season Playbill.
Naples Community Orchestra is a registered 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization (Registration #CH32997).
Click here to view our NEW NCO Family Sponsorship information.
YOU ARE INVITED TO PLAY A PART IN BRINGING OUTSTANDING CLASSICAL AND POPULAR MUSIC TO OUR COMMUNITY
For nearly 30 years, Naples Community Orchestra has brought exceptional performances at an affordable cost to audiences in Southwest Florida. We not only provide top quality musical productions that enrich the lives of our loyal audiences but offer unique opportunities for local students to attend and participate in classical and popular musical productions at no cost.
Our dedicated musicians volunteer many hours of their time and talent for practice, rehearsals, and performances. Our audiences tell us that we bring outstanding music into their lives, and over the years they have graciously helped make this possible. Our orchestra, like all classical orchestras today, faces the challenges of increasing costs for music production, performance venues, advertising and promotion, and educational opportunities for area young people. We strive to keep ticket prices lower than most of our peer orchestras to serve families from our local community who might not otherwise be able to afford live concerts, and we continue to offer free tickets to Collier County students and scholarships for talented young musicians. With ticket prices covering just 28 percent of the cost of our concerts, your donation is crucial to our mission, especially during this transitional year featuring guest conductors and a new community partnership.