Endowment giving is a way to provide long-term support and stability for The Florida Orchestra. Gifts to Endowment are invested to provide the orchestra with a continuous source of income, which can be used to promote programs important to our mission.
Donors have the option of making gifts to The Florida Orchestra’s Endowment Fund or to The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay. We also offer the option of endowing Musicians’ Chairs and Office Space at our headquarters in St. Petersburg College’s Downtown Center.
For more information on making a gift to the orchestra’s Endowment, please contact our development department at email@example.com or 727.362.5421. For information on our Music for Life Campaign, click here.
The Florida Orchestra is grateful for each gift to Endowment and would like to recognize our current Endowed Chairs and Office Spaces:
|Music Director||The Jay B and Marsha Starkey Chair|
|Coffee Concert Conductor||The R.K. Bailey Chair|
|Violin Concertmaster||The Suzette McCune and Monroe E. Berkman Chair|
|Violin Associate Concertmaster||The Tampa Bay Times Chair|
|Principal Second Violin||The Emily R. Nelson Chair, Given by Progress Energy|
|Principal French Horn||The Iris Bernstein Chair|
|Principal Trumpet||The Community Foundation of Greater St. Petersburg|
|Principal Trombone||The Tampa Bay Times Chair|
|Principal Percussion||The Dick and Helen Minck Chair|
|Principal Violoncello||The Dick and Helen Minck Chair|
|Principal Harp||The Dick and Helen Minck Chair|
|Principal Clarinet||The Bertelstein Family Chair|
|Assistant Principal Violoncello||The John P. Wallace Chair|
|Piccolo||The Gregory and Elizabeth Sembler Chair|
|Contrabassoon||The City of Tampa Chair|
Named Office Space:
|Break Room||Sterling Research Group|
|Board Room||The Mahaffey Company|
|The Lobby||The McNichols Company|
|Production Room||The Florida Orchestra Guild of St. Petersburg|