Each year the Crosby Symphony Orchestra presents a concert to which it invites charities, not-for-profit organisations and groups to become ticket partners, enabling them to raise funds for their own cause.
Your charity or group sells tickets and keeps £5 from each adult ticket sold. You send the balance of the money to the Crosby Symphony Orchestra, which helps it cover the cost of the concert, advertising and other essentials. Over the years thousands of pounds have been raised for a variety of participating charities and local groups such as churches, schools and PTAs and other voluntary organisations.
The concert takes place on Sunday 9 July 2017, 2.30pm at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
The Orchestra plays to a high standard and this year’s programme is:
- Mussorgsky: Night on the Bare Mountain
- Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No.3
- Shostakovich: Symphony No.5
- Conductor: Juan Ortuño
- Soloist: William Bracken
- Auditorium: Adults £15 (of which you keep £5 for your group); Under 18s/Students £5 (no charity donation)
- Box: Adults £18 (of which you keep £5 for your group); Under 18s/Students £9 (no charity donation)
There is absolutely no risk of your charity or group losing any money.
The Crosby Symphony Orchestra will supply the posters, flyers and e-flyers to publicise the event and ticket order forms. There is very little administration. All you need to do is to take orders for tickets, collect the money, keep the donation per ticket (as above) and send the orchestra a cheque for the balance.
Some ticket partners have been joining these concerts for many years, selling 100+ tickets and reaping the rewards. This is the 23rd such event and this year’s programme is likely to be very popular, so the sooner you take up our offer the better.
If you would like further details of this opportunity, email Ciara O’Connor at email@example.com.Back to blog