Donations support free lunchtime concerts, school visits by festival musicians, complimentary tickets through local non-profits for those in need, intensive workshops for all abilities, affordable concert tickets, and a world-class music festival in a world-class setting. Click here to view donor benefits.
Donate by check or money order by mailing it to PO Box 22152 Juneau, AK 99802.
Juneau Jazz & Classics matches donations to this fund dollar for dollar, and donates that amount in tickets to non-profits that work with underserved populations. When you donate be sure to apply your gift to Music for Juneau.
Your monthly donation will provide stability and predictability, and will allow us to plan our activities and programs around a reliable source of ongoing funding.
Our spring raffle offers airline tickets, tour packages, local art, local business gift cards and in-kind donations. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Link your Fred Meyer rewards card to Juneau Jazz & Classics. Enter our code LA126.
Many of the most expensive parts of putting on the Festival can be covered by non-cash donations. These can include, but are not limited to: housing and vehicles for visiting artists; office supplies; Alaska Airlines miles and companion fares. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss how you can help.
Have you considered making a gift to Juneau Jazz & Classics in your will? Discuss your options with an estate-planner.
Here’s an easy way to double your impact. Contact your employer’s human resources department to see if they have a matching gift program.
Juneau Jazz & Classics EIN: 94-3053060
Donate to the Jane and Thomas B. Stewart Education Fund
Jane Stewart was a dedicated music teacher to Juneau for almost forty years and a master organizer of amateur musicians and singers. My first experience with Jane’s direction was as a flute player in the little orchestra for the Juneau Lyric Opera’s production of Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutti” in 1979. She started us rehearsing a good five months before the scheduled performance.
Tom Stewart was an equally stalwart supporter of Juneau Jazz & Classics. He sat in the front of the house for all of our classical concerts as far back as I can remember and was always available for sage advice. We remember him as a visionary in the creation of the State of Alaska 50 years ago as well as a cultural leader.