In addition to membership fees and ticket sales, Etobicoke Centennial Choir depends on grant, fundraising and donation income to meet its artistic expenses and produce high-quality performances. Please show your support in any of the following ways:
Donations of any amount are welcome and appreciated. Charitable tax receipts are automatically generated for donations of $20 or more and donors are recognized in our concert programs. Donations can be targeted to support specific expenditures, such as sponsoring a guest artist or music purchases. Please make cheque or money-order donations payable to “Etobicoke Centennial Choir.” Online donations may be made with the following button or at the CanadaHelps website.
Be There for Us
Purchasing a season subscription helps us to plan and budget for the season.
Spread the Word!
Each concert season, ECC offers a variety of popular fundraisers to appeal to different tastes and interests. Please show your support in any of the following ways:
Purdys Chocolate Bars
Order delicious Purdys chocolates through ECC choir members in November and purchase chocolate bars at our concerts.
Springbank is a Canadian cheese store supplying all types of cheese from all over the world. To find out more, for an order form, or to arrange pickup upon order arrival, please contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org
ECC’s Christmas Marketplace
Each year, at our Sacred Traditions holiday concert, we sponsor a Christmas Marketplace, offering delicious baked goods, seasonal gifts, and arts & crafts. Payment may be made in cash or by cheque. Certain vendors may also accept cards. This year’s marketplace will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2016. Shopping times will be from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., during intermission, and at the post-conference reception. Don’t miss this browser’s delight! (Interested craft vendors may, upon approval, buy a table at this seasonal craft sale, by contacting Lindsay at email@example.com.)
ECC Bake Sale
All ECC concerts feature a bake sale offering a variety of yummy, home-baked treats prepared by ECC choristers.