Meet The PhilPhilanthropy at the Phil
Philanthropy: A Greek term which directly translated means “love of mankind.” Philanthropy is an idea, event, or action that is done to better humanity.
The word philharmonic literally means “music-loving” based on the Greek roots phílos (“loving, dear”) and harmonía (“music, agreement, joint”).
If you love the Phil, and you love your community, please consider donating to become a Phil-anthropist. Your generosity empowers the Phil to be a vibrant arts leader in the Plymouth community, making our region a better place to live, work and play.
Please support the Phil and our mission to connect community through music.
Phil Fund Annual Giving – Support the artistic excellence and operations with an annual gift of any size. You can send in your gift annually – or let us do it for you. Call to set up automatic annual, monthly or quarterly payments.
Composers Society – Leadership-level giving with invitation to exclusive annual events for members.
Planned Giving – Make a commitment to include the Phil as a recipient of your estate plans for the future.
Corporate Partnerships – Gain high visibility with an upscale audience of music lovers by sponsoring a Phil concert or special benefit event.
In Honor of or Memorial Gifts – Make a donation in the name of another individual as a gift or special occasion, or to memorialize someone.
Advertise – Ads in our program books put your message in front of a discerning audience while helping to support a worthy cause.
The Plymouth Exchange program – Donate or consign items to benefit the Phil.
Our Year In Review:
Read about the Phil’s 2019-2020 season. Though our season ended abruptly due to the pandemic, we still have a lot to be thankful for, including donors and supporters like you. Click on the icon to page through our Annual Report and learn about our concerts, programs, and financial results from a most unusual season.
Questions about giving? Contact Executive Director Kim Corben at 508-746-8008 or [email protected]
“Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education, because rhythm
and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.” -Plato