Ways in which you can
Bringing together top-flight musicians for our concerts in leading venues is extremely expensive. Ticket sales alone can’t cover the costs without becoming prohibitive, and we rely on the generous support of individuals, companies and organisations so we can continue to delight our audiences and keep the symphonic choral repertoire alive for New Zealand audiences.
Thank you to all our regular supporters and audience members for your generous and very much appreciated contribution to our world .
If you appreciate what we do, in addition to coming to concerts, here are some of the other ways of the ways you might consider getting involved.
Whatever amount works for you works for us.
By choosing to give a regular monthly donation, you will be helping us to plan ahead with a steady stream of income to rely on.
Leave a gift in your will
A Bequest is one of the most effective and easiest ways you can help secure our future.
How to pay
Account Name: The Orpheus Choir of Wellington
Account Number: 03-0502-0687623-00
OR please contact us to discuss your options.
Thank you so much for your generosity.
We offer a range of sponsorship options to suit most needs.
- Corporate Partner
- Event Sponsor
- Season Sponsor
- Long Term Partner
- In-kind Supporter
Please download our Sponsorship Brochure for more detail about these and what we can offer to our sponsors, or contact us to discuss which option would be best for your organisation.
Orpheus concerts are a wonderful way to entertain your clients.
Winner, winner, wine with dinner!
We have negotiated a tasty fundraising partnership with Ohau Wines, whereby they donate $10 from each six-pack of their wines sold online to a specified not-for-profit group.
It’s easy: Ohau has set up a promotional code ORPHEUS and we and our supporters enter the code when we buy wine from their website.
You will get an 8% discount on your wine, and Ohau Wines will also kindly donate $10 to Orpheus for every six-pack you buy using the code.
Prices range from $60 to $165 for a six-pack, and the discount applies to all wines – even those already on special. Your six-pack can be a mixed selection.
They dispatch each order directly to you as it comes in, and delivery is free within Aotearoa New Zealand, so we don’t have to handle orders, money or wine deliveries.
- Visit the Shop Page on Ohau Wines website
- Make your wine selection and go to check out
- Enter the discount code word ORPHEUS before making payment.
- Receive wine, and enjoy!
We will run this fundraising offer for 6 months, which will take us over Christmas and into New Year 2022 and Ohau Wines only pays out our funds at the end of each campaign.
We plan to repeat this offer next year and in subsequent years.
Ohau Wines say this programme has been very successful for a range of causes, from kindergartens and sports teams to the Westpac Chopper Appeal. The most successful campaigns have been those that were well-promoted, so please spread the word among your friends who appreciate wine.
Join Our Board
We are actively seeking a Treasurer.
Our treasurer maintains an overview of the Choir’s financial affairs, ensuring its viability and that proper financial records and procedures are maintained. If you have strong experience of financial control and budgeting, and would like to help us take the choir to the next level, please contact us to find out more and discuss the possibilities.
While this is a voluntary position, it’s a rewarding organisation to be part of and you will get to attend some of the best concerts in town free!
Other ways you can help us
We’re always keen for extra hands and skills in staging our concerts. Drop us an email if you’d like to help.
A big thank you to our 2021 partners
Why it matters
Dr. Margaret Medlyn ONZM,
Head of Voice, Classical Programme
New Zealand School of Music/ Te Kōkī Victoria University Wellington
Singing ‘This Love’ with Dave Dobbyn in a moving tribute to the Pike River 29 disaster attended by members of the miners’ bereaved families. The concert was recorded by Radio NZ Concert. The choral arrangement is by our previous our Music Director, Mark Dorrell. Also performing are Wellington Young Voices, Mark Vanilau (piano), Jo Barus (bass), Ross Burge (drums) and Chris Clark (cornet).