Ways to support our choir, and choral music in Worcester!
1. SHOP ONLINE AND EARN FREE DONATIONS FOR WFCS
Do you shop online with Amazon, M&S, Boots, Tesco, Argos, B&Q, John Lewis, Etsy, Ebay Home & Garden or others? If so, you could be donating to Worcester Festival Choral Society funds every time you buy, at no extra cost to you! Simply use the special links below every time you shop online, and WFCS will receive a percentage donation on qualifying purchases from the e-tailer. It won’t cost you anything, but provides an invaluable boost to our charitable funds each year.
2. MAKE A DONATION
As an independent, self-funding Charity (no. 506826) we at Worcester Festival Choral Society are most grateful for any financial donations and support to help us continue the tradition of great choral music in Worcester. If you would like to make a small donation, this can be done via BACS (account no. 01268312 / sort-code 30-99-90).
3. JOIN THE CHORUS
If you are a keen amateur singer and can read music, why not Join us for a few rehearsals to see if you would enjoy singing with us (membership places subject to availability). Alternatively you could take part in one of our popular ‘Come and Sing’ events, open to all keen singers!
4. BUY TICKETS
One of the most important things you can do to support us is to buy tickets for our concerts, and encourage as many of your friends as possible to come along too. Tickets for the current season are priced £10-£25 and are bookable online HERE; from the ‘Worcester Live’ Box Office at Huntingdon Hall Worcester, telephone 01905 611427; or purchased on the Cathedral door on the evening of the concert (subject to availability). Concessions on some seats are available to people aged 60 or over, to those registered disabled and to full-time students. Children aged 9-15 years accompanying a paying adult are admitted free (limited to one children’s ticket per paying adult). Parties of 10 or more booking together will receive a 10% reduction.
5. BECOME A PATRON
If you are not an active singer but you enjoy classical or choral music and supporting the arts, you might like to consider becoming a Patron.
6. ADVERTISE OR SPONSOR
Perhaps you know someone who runs a business and who would be interested in advertising in our programme, or exploring a special sponsorship partnership. Our Marketing & Publicity Officer or Advertising contact would be delighted to hear from you. Contact us.
7. TAKE PART IN THE WORCESTER COMMUNITY LOTTERY
Choose Worcester Festival Choral Society as your preferred charity when participating in the Worcester Community Lottery and we'll receive a fantastic 50p from every ticket you buy, to help us continue to bring 'the choral greats' to Worcester each year! Plus 10p from every ticket will go to other great local causes. Tickets cost only £1 each and you could WIN up to £25,000. Draws take place every Saturday at 8pm. Buy your tickets at our special WFCS Worcester Lottery Page HERE
8. RECEIVE OUR E-NEWSLETTERS
If you would like to be added to our mailing list to keep you informed of our concerts and other events, please contact our Marketing and Publicity Officer including your name and email address. Contact us.
9. ATTEND OUR SOCIAL EVENTS
We have several social events during the year including such things as a quiz night during the spring term, occasional summer garden parties, and Christmas and end of term gatherings with food and drink at a local pub. Sue White, our Social Secretary, would be delighted to tell you of our next event, and we would welcome you to join us for a drink, a bite to eat and an opportunity to enjoy an informal chat together, so why not contact her? Contact us.
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