Support Jazz in Spokane
Jazz is an important part of the thriving music scene in Spokane. Your donation helps underwrite the cost of operating the Spokane Jazz Orchestra and keeps our ticket prices affordable for wider access by all members of our community.
In addition, donations help support middle and high school music students’ interest in and appreciation of jazz by providing them with complimentary tickets to our performances. We are currently working on a program to have our SJO musicians mentor and instruct deserving young musicians in our community.
As the non-profit organization that administers and funds the SJO concerts and music education programs, the Spokane Jazz Society welcomes your donations to help us continue a tradition of amazing concerts for our community and support of our region’s young musicians.
The Spokane Jazz Orchestra, founded in 1975, is the longest continuously performing community-supported jazz orchestra in the U.S. Let’s support this wonderful legacy and keep outstanding big band jazz music alive and thriving in our community.
Please make checks payable to:
Spokane Jazz Society
And mail to:
SJS, PO Box 174, Spokane WA 99210-0174
The Spokane Jazz Society (SJS) is managed by a board of trustees and is aided by a volunteer group. SJS is funded by season and individual ticket purchases as well as financial support through corporate sponsorship, foundation and government grants, occasional fund-raisers, matching employer contributions, and generous individual contributions. All contribution amounts are welcome and gifting levels are as follows:
Major Sponsor* (Corporation) - $1000+
Jeanette Harras Fellows* (Individuals) - $1000+
Giants of Jazz* - $500- $999
Benefactors* - $200-$499
Conductor's Circle - $100-$199
Soloist's Club - $59-$99
Friends of Jazz - $35-$49
* Donors at the Benefactor level or higher are invited to the after-party upstairs at The Bing in “Ovations” to visit with the guest artist, Dr. Don Goodwin and SJO musicians.
For more information about the Spokane Jazz Society,
please contact Melinda Keberle,