Donations support free lunchtime concerts, school visits by festival musicians (virtual or in person), 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.
Donate by Mail
You can make a gift to Juneau Jazz & Classics by check, money order or credit card by sending your gift and pledge form (PDF) via mail.
Download the form.
Join the Directors’ Circle
Your $1,000 donation supports community engagement activities, which are very close to our artistic director, Zuill Bailey’s heart.
Have you considered making a gift to Juneau Jazz & Classics in your will?
Donate to the Music for Juneau fund
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.
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.
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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.
Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Link your Fred Meyer rewards card to Juneau Jazz & Classics. Enter our code LA126.
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.