Giving Tuesday 2022!

Friends of Venice Music Project is excited to announce our Giving Tuesday 2022 campaign!

The past year has witnessed some major milestones of which we are very proud. Not only did we survive the pandemic years, but we also came out stronger and better than before. This is partly due to the exciting change of venue in June, which more than doubled our audience, including subscribers and local supporters, but mainly due to the huge increase in our efforts regarding our musical archaeology. Your donations and support have helped us survive, thrive and grow, in these difficult times, and we are eternally grateful.

With your help we can continue to make a difference!

Giving Tuesday is an international day of giving that takes place on the Tuesday following US Thanksgiving and Friends of Venice Music Project participates. We would be honoured to receive your support!

We have an ambitious goal of $20,000 that will help us support the initial planning of our 10th Anniversary Season in 2023, which will be our biggest and best ever.

We believe in our mission, our goal and our organisation, but none of this can be possible without your help!

We wish you only the best,

Liesl and the entire Ba-ROCKing team of the Venice Music Project

Giving Tuesday 2022

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