Give to the Music of Community

We want to invite you to give the gift of music to our community. Since Fall of 2015, Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra has produced beautiful monthly concerts with no barrier to access so that we may welcome in everyone in our community who needs a little bit more warmth and beauty in their lives.  

We know you have many worthy causes to support. At WHCO, our volunteers and musicians strive passionately to create an organization worthy of your generosity.  

Your gift today, no matter how large or small, makes an impact. Be a part of creating great, live music, right here in our neighborhood. We think the foundations of stronger community are formed when we share meaningful, beautiful experiences together.  Thank you for your support, and we hope to see you soon!


Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra

Choose a giving level that is right for now.
All gifts, large and small, are received with gratitude.

$500-999 Sustainer 

+ Sponsor an instrument of your choice, credited in our season programs. 

$1,000+ Benefactor

+ All previous benefits, plus a tailored benefit for your needs (such as a house concert or dinner with our musicians!)

$25-99 Friend

You're invited to our three post-concert receptions (October 20, February 23, June 15) 

$100-249 Supporter

+ Your name acknowledged in our season's programs 

$250-499 Patron 

+ Receive a CD of our 2018-19 concert highlights

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The Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to engage the people of Washington Heights and neighboring communities through exemplary musical performances and innovative educational programming. Through free public concerts and music education, WHCO aims to create an accessible, communal listening experience that celebrates diversity, engenders civic awareness, and enriches lives.  Your gift will bring to life great music and a new vision for what the orchestra can be.  


Tax-Deductibility Federal law requires that only the portion of a gift in excess of the fair-market value of goods and services received may be deducted as a charitable contribution for Federal Income Tax purposes, subject to other provisions of the law.  The Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra has made a good faith effort, as required by law, to determine the fair-market value of the benefits at various membership levels.

Checks are received at:
Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra
500 Fort Washington Ave, C53
New York, NY 10033