Sponsorship

In order to raise funds for children's organizations, we would like to find sponsors to donate money for each concert we perform. We plan to organize at least five concerts per year in local retirement homes, hospitals, and churches, or any location requested by our sponsors. All of the donated money will go to a specified organization or cause. We will include advertisements for our sponsors in the recital programs and our website. We greatly appreciate all contributions.

Save the Children serves impoverished, marginalized and vulnerable children and families in more than 120 nations. Through rapid humanitarian relief and long-term recovery programs, Save the Children also assists millions of girls and boys at risk of or affected by natural disasters, conflicts and ethnic violence.

Visit their website at: http://www.savethechildren.org

A San Francisco Bay Area non-profit organization with national impact, Music in Schools Today (MUST) advocates for, supports and develops integrated, accessible, sustainable and measurable music-in-education programs that improve student achievement.

Visit their website at: http://mustcreate.org/

Making Waves ensures that low-income young people gain the support and skills necessary to enter – and graduate from – four-year colleges and universities, go on to well-paying careers, and take on leadership roles in their communities. Vivace helps raise money for the music program at Making Waves in Berkeley.

Visit their website at: http://making-waves.org/

Past Sponsors

In August 2010, Cioppino's donated $3000 to an organization called Save the Children to provide relief for the flood in Pakistan in honor of Vivace's efforts. In May 2011, Cioppino's donated $1000 to Save the Children to provide relief for the earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan.

Visit their website at: http://www.cioppinosf.com

Individual Supporters

We are deeply grateful to the individual sponsors who have contributed to Vivace. Through these generous sponsors alone, we have raised $1113. Thank you!