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On the way in and out of each concert, you will see a calabash designed specifically for the Kamuela Philharmonic. We accept cash or checks in any amount.

Note: To receive any of the tiered rewards listed (apart from the $60 Season Ticket) above, your donation must be received before October 24th. If interested, please consider donating via one of the methods listed below
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At the Concert
The Kamuela Philharmonic accepts credit card donations through PayPal. PayPal allows you to make your donation with or without a PayPal account.

To donate online, please click the "Make a Donation" button
If you prefer to send a check, please make it payable to:

Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra Society
P.O. Box 2597, Kamuela, HI 96743

The Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Your donation may be tax deductible.
The Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra Society is now accepting appreciated securities (stocks or bonds) as donations to our 501(C)(3) organization. A gift of securities like this may be used as a tax deductible donation. Please discuss with your own tax advisor to see if this is possible for you. For more information about how to accomplish this, please contact our Executive Director at exec@kamuelaphil.org
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The Kamuela Philharmonic concerts would not be possible without the generous donation of time by the orchestra musicians and soloists. Heartfelt mahalos are extended to the following for their generous support of time and services:

Blue Dragon Coastal Cuisine and Musiquarium
Waiaka Guest House - Classic Hawaiian Accommodations 
Hilo Tribune Herald
West Hawaii Today
North Hawaii News
Waimea Instant Printing
Big Island Television

Additional mahalos go to:

Kaori Mitani
Julie Salis
Barabara Harris
Susan McGovern
George Winchell
Garry and Susan Russell
Michael Hess
Perry Armour
Delphina and Bennett Dorrance
Paul and Ann Koehler
Larry and Wanda Beck
the Voice of the Wood Cello Quartet, Evergreen CO
(Mike and Shirley Maracek, Marilyn Hof, Stephen Weidner)
Pat and Howard Hall
Dave Masunaga
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Besides financial support, there are many ways to contribute to the success of the orchestra.  If you have time, talents, or expertise to share, please consider us.  
We currently need help with 
  • marketing
  • fundraising
  • board of directors participation
  • advisory board positions
  • graphic arts - for flyers, programs, brochures, web site maintenance
  • historians
  • photographers
  • videographers

Please contact Barbara Coffman at bcoffmanflute@yahoo.com if you are interested in becoming a volunteer!
Contribute Time, Talents and Expertise By Volunteering!

Over the many years that the Kamuela Philharmonic has been in existence, we have been blessed with many generous donations from audience members, venues, and local businesses. Like all nonprofits, we depend in large part on the generosity of those who give, and we are forever grateful for all of the support we have received through the years. No matter how much you end up giving, know that we could not do it without you.

Every donation helps our organization in our mission to provide high-quality orchestral music to Big Island audiences by allowing us to continue to pay our musicians for their time and skill, and well as to expand upon our educational initiatives, including the annual Madeline Schatz-Harris Concerto Competition.

For the 2016/2017, in conjunction with the launch of our Season Ticket program, we have developed a tiered series of rewards for donors who give up to certain levels. These rewards are meant to honor and show appreciation to everyone who gives to the Kamuela Philharmonic. Additionally, as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, any donations may be tax-deductible.
​Finally, a donation of $500 dollars will get you two season tickets with priority seating, a “Mahalo” in the season program, an invitation to all three pre-concert “Meet The Conductor” receptions, and a collection of three CDs, featuring the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra in performance from our 2015/2016 season, including Maestro Brian Dollinger's very first concert with the Kamuela Philharmonic. These CDs are not for sale and will only be given out as gifts to donors.
$60 dollars is the cost of one season ticket and can be purchased here. A season ticket will gain you admittance to all three of our concerts at a reduced price, for audience members who want to be sure not to miss a single concert! Season Ticket sales will end on October 30th at 4 PM.

​Note: If you already have a ticket to our show at the Kahilu Theatre in March but are still interested in the KPO Season Ticket or any of the donation levels listed below, please contact Executive Director Michael Chu at exec@kamuelaphil.org
A donation of $120 or more will get you a season ticket with reserved seating. No matter when you arrive at any of our concerts, your seat will be among the best in the house, reserved, with your name on it (this includes one of the 'salmon' colored seats at the Kahilu). Additionally, you will also receive a special mention in the “Mahalos” of our season program.
A donation of $250 dollars or more will get you two season tickets with reserved seating, a special mention in the “Mahalos” section of our season program, and an invitation to one pre-concert reception with Maestro Brian Dollinger and other members of the Kamuela Philharmonic ohana. Each reception will be held at 3:15 PM, forty-five minutes before each concert, and will feature pupus and a complimentary beverage. 
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Ways to Contribute
Stay tuned for more information about donor levels above and beyond the $500 dollar level, including "Sponsor a Musician" and "Sponsor A Concert"!
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