Friends of the GCB UPDATED 5/14/2023
Symphony ($1000 and above)
Patricia Brown in memory of Glenn Brown
Robert Eggleton, in memory of Robert Eggleton Sr. and Ruth Eggleton Schmitz
Concerto ($500 to $999)
James and Judy Oakman
The estate of Owen M Widener
Kelli Clay, in honor of Claudia Newsom and Beven Zulu
Mike and Nancy Criss
Overture ($250 to $499)
Blue Cirrus Consulting
Climate Right Heating & Cooling
Jean H. Winter
Sonata ($100 to $249)
Paysmart Payroll Services
Stan and Valerie Widener
Stokes & Company, CPAs
Charan and Tom Lee
Day Music Services
Minuet ($50 to $99)
Carol and Pete Buccellato
Walter and Kristie Clark
Etude ($25 to $49)
We depend on your donations to continue offering free concerts to the public. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization.
We accept donations online by PayPal. You can use your PayPal account, or you can use PayPal to donate with a credit card or debit card. When you click the "Donate" button below, it will take you to a PayPal page for donations (outside of greenvilleconcertband.org). Such donations are subject to the PayPal terms and conditions, including the fees they charge, as well as bank fees for your card.
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While this may seem old-fashioned, if you simply mail us a check, or donate by check at one of our concerts, we receive all of the funds you write to us, and avoid the overhead and security risks of e-commerce. Our mailing address is shown below.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a receipt for your donations for tax purposes.
Here's a way you can encourage the next generation of band musicians: donate an old instrument that you don't need. The Music Club of Greenville will arrange for your instrument to be refurbished and put into the hands of a beginning school musician who can't afford to buy their own instrument. We accept donated instruments at our concerts (ask for Stanley Widener), or you can contact The Music Club of Greenville directly.