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 enabled us to secure the tenure of our Artistic Director for 2020.
This support was priceless as 2020 and 2021 turned out to be very challenging years for the arts navigating the ever changing COVID restrictions and lock downs, with singing organisations particularly hit hard.
RCV has successfully met those challenges and has planned a
fabulous season of public programs for 2022 BUT we need your help!
Please consider making a DONATION
Australian Mutual Bank
River City Voices Public Fund
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Our FoundationVisionary Partner
Grant and Program Sponsors
Making Spaces & Organisational Grant
"Cumberland Gets Anime-ted!" held on Sunday August 18 2019 was made possible through a Create NSW Western Sydney Making Spaces Initiative grant received in 2018.
RCV 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.
Quarterly & Creative Economy Grant
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 and in 2021, RCV will use grant funds from CoP's Creative Economy Grant to fund its collaborative recording Welded Voices
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
The new works will premiere at the 2021 Blackheath Choral Festival
Pro Bono Support
Tributaries - $2,000 +
Creeks - $1,000 +
Sydney Credit Union - Parramatta
Ars Musica Australis
Streams - $500 +
Brooks - $100 +
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Philip Gerber | Prue Gibbs | Beatrice & Miguel Gomez
David Hoffmann | Morris Johnston | Ros Lenehan
Christine Logan | Kate Mannix | Inara Molinari | Angela Ngu Michael O'Brien | Mathisha Panagoda | Bonnie Pang
Judy Pettingell | Wendy Robinson | Robert Samuel
Nicole Senior | William Soper | Isabelle Taye | Diana Weston & Paul Ryan | Helen White | Liz Wilson
Russell Ashley | Jake Ausburn | Franca Barraclough
Graham Baker | Jennifer Baker | Richard & Diana Bayley Stephen Bowness | Patrick Boyle | Candida Carr
Catherine Carr | Anthony Chen | Vonda Copleston
Carole Cusack | Lachlan Drummond | Owen Elsley
Breann Fallon | Warwick Fyfe | Natalia Gabriel
Anthony Gerber | Andrew Graham | Anne Hines
Marie Hotschilt | Deborah Howitt | Daniel Hurrell
Diana Jefferies | Anthony Joseph | Natalie Jurisic
Nerissa Karklins | Leonard Lau | Virginia Leghorn
Amisone Lele | Robert Love | Malcolm McPherson
Mel Mel | Harriet Mestitz | Anita Molinari | Lily Molinari Kristofer Morgan | Giang Nguyen | Andrew O'Connor Phreciosa Patacsil | Daniel Placido | Allan & Ann Piper
Barbara Rose | Jo-Anne Stavely | Naomi von Senff
Marie Senior | Ridwan Setiawan | Tilly South
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