Sharing the Vision - Spreading the Song
If you share SICM’s objectives, attending some or all of the annual Institute week is perhaps the greatest contribution you can make: to yourself, your congregation, to SICM and your fellow church musicians.
You and your community may also wish to become partners with SICM in presenting a unique fund-raising opportunity for your church’s ministries: Holy SONG! - a light-hearted touring program dedicated to your congregation’s singing, now accepting bookings for 2008-2009. Proceeds which accrue to SICM are directed at the Osborne Organ Competition.
But it’s not the only possible contribution: beyond attending SICM, simply sharing its objectives and contributing financially to its ongoing work is another vital part which many choose to play.
Want to learn more? Download the brochure “What Happens to the Church when the Music stops”
Donations and Bequests to SICM
SICM is a Revenue Canada-registered Charitable Organisation (89064 1541 RR0001), and donations from members and partners are critical to its work and future.
A general Operating Fund and two special purpose funds support the work of the Institute. Donations are gratefully received to all three funds detailed below, and receipts are provided for Income Tax purposes.
Over its 35 years, SICM has also been blessed to receive many bequests and memorial donations from those sharing its objectives, and those honouring others who did so.
Please help SICM to flourish to benefit many more generations of Church Musicians, and help them to build an ever-brighter future for the Church’s life and song. To discuss donations, bequests and other support opportunities, contact SICM.
The Dr. Kenneth Inkster Bursary Fund
The Dr. Stanley Osborne Organ Competition Fund
“Holy SONG!” is the Summer Institute of Church Music’s ongoing fundraising effort directed at the Osborne Organ Competition - to find out how you can support the competition and raise funds for your own church’s ministries, visit the Holy SONG! page.
Download the brochure “What Happens to the Church when Music stops”
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