Ensuring sustainability is a fundamental priority of any arts organisation, and as a brand new organisation,
it's not surprising that this is a key goal for River City Voices.
Through our 2019 Plus1 fundraising campaign "Back River City Voices $ for $" we received matched funding from Creative Partnerships Australia and public donations that have enabled us to secure the tenure of our Artistic Director for 2020. However, there are many more operational and artistic costs that must be met.
SPECIAL COVID-19 APPEAL
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the Australian arts industry with all events cancelled or put on hold.
River City Voices has also been impacted.
We are working hard to ensure that our staff remain employed, our singers keep singing and
our audiences remain connected throughout this uncertain period.
Looking to the future, RCV has devised a
Post Pandemic Prescription
Can you help us fill it?
We understand that everyone has been impacted by this pandemic in a myriad of ways but if you can support us now or later in the year, you will help ensure that River City Voices returns stronger and better than ever!
Please contact RCV's Development Manager, Liz Wilson email@example.com
about how you can help!
Our FoundationVisionary Partner
Grant and Program Sponsors
Making Spaces & Organisational Grant
"Cumberland Gets Anime-ted!" held on Sunday August 18 2019 was been made possible through a Create NSW Western Sydney Making Spaces Initiative grant received in 2018.
RCV has appointed a part-time Development Manager for 2020 through a Create NSW Organisational grant.
In 2018 River City Voices received a Plus1 grant from Creative Partnerships Australia to mount a fundraising campaign to secure the tenure of its Artistic Director for 2020. A crowdfunding campaign was successfully mounted via the Australian Cultural Fund.
City of Parramatta Council provided a Small Grant to River City Voices to assist with costs associated with hiring and moving two grand pianos for its inaugural performance and Parramatta premiere of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana
2020 Choral Commission
JBS&G Australia is providing support to commission two new choral works from Western Sydney based Indigenous composers Troy Russell and Elizabeth Sheppard
Stay tuned for when these works will be performed in 2020
Plus1 Visionary Backers
Tributary - $2,000 +
Creek - $1,000 +
Sydney Credit Union - Parramatta
Ars Musica Australis
Stream - $500 +
Brook - $100 +
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