A Sustaining Group of Donors and Supporters
The Asheville Choral Society is a nonprofit performing arts organization, supported by many devoted members, singers, and donors. Now in our second season of this new group, we encourage dedicated donors to join our most invested donors: Fermata.
As the name of this group suggests, this group of core financial supporters sustains our work over the course of the year. Fermata is a chance for ACS leadership to say thank you and recognize their deep support.
In addition to recognition of their investment, we hope to offer new, engaging ways to deepen supporters' connection to ACS. With special season previews, private concert events, and lectures, we are certain donors will have a new and deeper understanding of ACS's work and choral music more broadly!
Fermata also holds the opportunity to expand ACS's base of support by inviting our friends and peers to this lively and fun group of music=lovers. Each event will be a unique, music-filled opportunity to learn and connect.
We also will look to Fermata to help support our relationships with peer nonprofit organizations in our community. Our donors are frequently connected to other groups that share our values, and we invite nominations from members of Fermata to find new connections for service opportunities, donations, or other partnerships.
Each Fermata member-family donates a minimum of $500 to ACS's general operations. This annual contribution can be paid in one contribution, or in a series of monthly payments of at least $42. This support is critical to our ongoing goals of stability, smart planning, and consistent programming.
Fermata's next event will be an enriching lecture and performance on the topic of The Bridge Between Poetry and Music. Join local poets Keith Flynn and Luke Hankins for readings, music, and some learning together. Please RSVP and commit to your annual level of support in the form on this page or contact Laurel Ahrnsbrak, ACS's executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACS THANKS OUR EVENT AND IN-KIND SUPPORTERS FOR FERMATA EVENTS