Ode to Joy!
The 2020-21Masterworks season celebrates the 250th birthday of Beethoven and joy expressed through the power of live music, so what better way to show your support and how music has brought you joy than to make a gift to the QCSO. Your donation allows us to:
- Present affordable Masterworks and Pops concerts for the community
- Support the careers of working musicians
- Deliver music education to more than 12,000 students
- Provide financial aid to students
- Be cultural leaders in the community and make the Quad Cities a better place to live
Make a Gift
Please show your support and help us continue our success by clicking on the buttons below and making a donation today. Thank you!
Ticket sales cover approximately one third of the expenses to present our powerful concerts and incredible education programs. We rely on the generosity of corporations, foundations and individuals, like you, to help us meet the critical demand in our community for superb symphonic music.
Your Annual Fund contribution will help us fulfill our mission to enrich, engage and entertain the Quad City community with superb symphonic music, music education and cultural leadership to more than 50,000 Quad Citizens!
If you are over the age of 72 and are required to take a minimum distribution from your inherited or Traditional IRA account, consider donating those funds to the QCSO to avoid the required income tax on the distribution. It may even allow you to give more to your Symphony and increase the impact of your gift! Talk to your tax advisor to learn more.
Other Ways to Give
If you are shopping online, try AmazonSmile. Amazon will donate .5% percent of the purchase price of any qualifying item to the Quad City Symphony Orchestra. Simply log on to smile.amazon.com and select the QCSO as your charity of choice before you browse and then start giving to the Symphony while you shop for all the items you need!
Contributions to the Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association (FEIN 42-6017663) are tax-deductible. The Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association is a tax-exempt organization under the provisions of Internal Revenue Service Code 501(c)(3).