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FRIENDS OF NORTH SHORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA NEEDS YOUR HELP
Friends of the North Shore Symphony Orchestra was first established in 1993 for the purpose of aiding in the financial support of the North Shore Symphony Orchestra (NSSO). Membership in Friends of NSSO is open to anyone who makes a contribution of $10 or more in a given year. Members are entitled to vote on resolutions and in the election of officers and directors at the annual meeting.
In addition to fundraising efforts, Friends of NSSO’s Board of Directors has assumed responsibility for all business matters of the Orchestra and, more recently, for managing many of the concert production tasks as well.
How to Support the NSSO
Make a Tax-Deductible Contribution
To contribute to the NSSO, use the "donate" button to the right to make a fast and safe online donation via PayPal. Or print and fill out a contribution form and mail it to us with your check.
Advertise Your Business in NSSO's Concert Programs
To advertise in NSSO’s program booklet, please see the advertisement form for sizes and prices and mail it to us with your ad copy and check. A digital version of your ad can also be sent by email to: NSSOrchestra@Gmail.com. Your ad will appear in all four concert programs during the season.
Sponsor a Concert!
Individual or corporate donors who wish to sponsor a specific concert will be acknowledged on the program page in the program booklet for helping to underwrite the cost of the concert. Please see the corporate sponsorship form.
To become more involved as a contributor, advertiser or volunteer, please email us at: NSSOrchestra@gmail.com.
Friends of the North Shore Symphony Orchestra is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service and with the Charities Bureau in the New York State Office of the Attorney General. All contributions to Friends of the North Shore Symphony Orchestra are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.