Ways to Give

Our mission is to delight and challenge our community by providing live orchestral performances and opportunities for learning about music. As you may know, tickets sales only cover 27% of our annual expenses. We wouldn't be where we are today without your generosity and hope you will consider investing in great music, engaging music education opportunities, and the vitality of Walla Walla with a gift to the Symphony. 

There are many ways to support your Walla Walla Symphony:

Single Gift
Make an annual donation with cash, check, or credit card in one payment. You can mail in your donation or use our convenient online donation form.

Recurring Gift (NEW!)
Make payments with a credit card on a monthly or quarterly basis. Your card is charged the same amount each month/quarter until you tell us to stop. Click here to start your recurring gift today! 

A Gift Through Your IRA
If you are 70½ or older, you can make a tax-free distribution from your traditional or Roth IRA to the Walla Walla Symphony without incurring federal income tax on the withdrawal. Click here to learn more!

Planned Giving
Join our Heritage Society, a special group that honors and recognizes donors who have included the Walla Walla Symphony in their legacy plans. There is no minimum amount to be a member, as all gifts are welcome and important to us.

Donate a Car
If you have an old car you would like to get rid of, you can donate it to the Symphony! Click here for full details.

Gifts of Time/Talent
Share your time and talents with the Walla Walla Symphony by becoming a volunteer. Opportunities can be found in a whole host of activities, such as helping prepare and serve dinners for the musicians between rehearsals, ushering at concerts, selling cookies or refreshments, hanging up posters and distributing marketing materials, and helping with mailings and other general office work. Click here to fill out our online form or contact Program Coordinator Nathanael Fleming at nathanael@wwsymphony.org.

Housing Host
Help house our out-of-town Symphony musicians by becoming a housing host. For more information, contact Orchestra Manager, Ed Dixon at dixon@wwsymphony.org.