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Supporting the Sooke PhilHarmonic 

The Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra is a volunteer organization, with most of the musicians and staff putting in time, expertise and effort for the good of the community, and the sheer enjoyment of producing quality music as a team. However, it does cost money to put on performances, rent theatres, buy music and equipment, and print programs among other costs.

The Sooke Philharmonic Society is a registered, charitable non-profit organization. Tax receipts can be provided for all donations.

How Can I Help?

1. Volunteer to help. (examples: help put up posters, work backstage, fundraising, administrative tasks) Please contact us to discuss how you can offer your skills.

2. Become a member of the Sooke Philharmonic Society.

Download a SPS membership application (MS Word)

View the current Sooke Philharmonic Society membership list.

3. Become a business or professional sponsor of the Sooke Philharmonic Society.

Download a SPS sponsorship form (MS Word)

Please scroll down for a list of our current business and professional sponsors.

4. Become a corporate sponsor for one of our concerts or events. Contact Us

5. Join our Musical Chairs program: sponsor the instrument of your choice, or even Maestro Nelson himself! 

Download a Musical Chairs application form (MS Word)

6. Donate supplies, equipment or services. Please call to discuss: 250-419-3569 or Contact Us

Musical Chairs

We thank the following sponsors of our musical chairs:

  • Principal Oboe: Kathleen Campbell
  • Principal Viola: Leslie King
  • Principal Cello: Valerie Clouston
  • Trombone: Joyce Gowanlock
  • Timpani: Sheila & Greg Whincup

Business and Professional Sponsors

Platinum sponsors
$1000+

  • Accutax Professional Accountants
  • District of Sooke
  • Sooke Community Arts Council
  • Stoneridge Photography
  • Walk in Comfort

Gold
$600 – $999

  • Long & McQuade
  • Dr. Louise Morin, Optometric Corporation

Silver
$300 – $599

  • Royal Bay Bakery

Bronze
$100 – $299

  • Otter Point Veterinary Hospital
  • Sooke Fax and Copy Centre
  • West Shore Arts Council

Community Support

The Sooke Philharmonic Society thanks the following individuals and organizations for their ongoing support:

  • Province of British Columbia
  • Royal Canadian Legion
  • Sooke Lion's Club
  • West Shore Arts Council

Members

Maestro's Circle
$1000+

Eva Banks   Nancy Butler   Kathleen Campbell   Marvin Caruthers  Valerie Clouston   Alison Crone   Ken & Lesley Douch   Robyn E. Evans  
Anne Ford    Jean Hodgins   Leslie King   Anne McDougall  Terry & Carol McGintyHelen Neufeld   Michael & Susan Nyikes   Rob Peters   Patricia PhillipsPaul Polushin   Allan Poole   Lloyd & Treacy Reddington  Judy Stinson   Tom & Sarah TidwellBob Whittet   Pat Zogar   Anonymous (5) 

Benefactors
$500 - $999

Alison CroneIan HamptonTerry Cristall & Judith HaleDavid & Mary Jane Watson

Principals
$300-$499

Rosalyn & Gordon Alexander  Paula & Alan Greene    Sue Hyslop   Trevor & Michele MacHattie  Gail NashCarol Sperling  

Patrons
$100-$299

Fred & Margriet Andrew   Eva BanksJim & Susan Bouthillier   Shirley  Brown   Hildegard Burkart   Mike CochranDiane CopelandSteve & Marilyn Cudmore   Jeffrey FreedJames FrielJoyce Gowanlock   Fran & Neil GrenleyMary Humphreys   Marnie & Donn Livingstone   Eve Mackenzie   Heather Meagher   June RootsFrances Rothman   Eugene & Heather SanderMichael Klazek & Susan Colonval Ilda TurcotteDolores & Michael Vann   John Arthur Yates Sr.  

Supporters
$300-$499

Linda M. Green AbrahamRoy & Mary BrownJudith Carder   Joanne Cowan   Karen Davies   Claudia Kobayashi   Mary LaPage   Laurie Meijer Drees Denise & Jean-Francois Mincet   Karen PumphreyJan StopeJudith & Reg Terry   Veronica Tory

In Memoriam
We respectfully remember and honour (with donations from)

Roger Brown  (Sally Brown)
Don Chrysler (Janette Chrysler)

Sandra Goodwin (David Goodwin)
Kathleen Langdon (Peter Langdon)
Suzanne M. Manley (John Manley)
Tanya Prochazcka (Bob, Judy & Caroline Stinson)
Jim Rose (Lynda Rose)
Charles Stockley (Lois Stockley)
Bernard Vinge (Betty Tully)
Jim Warner (Mary Warner)