1. Giving

Engage with Us

Experience the impact of your generosity

As a donor, you are integral to our students’ success, and we want to make sure you can see the impact of your giving firsthand. Throughout the academic year, donors are invited to special events and experiences unavailable to the general public. Through insightful lectures, hands-on workshops, and intimate gatherings, you’ll have the opportunity to explore and discover all that SFCM has to offer.

Friends of SFCM

Join the Friends of SFCM, our broadest group of supporters, with a gift of $100 or more and you’ll be invited to experiences such as pre-concert lectures featuring our passionate faculty offering a new understanding of the music you love.

SFCM Society

Enjoy the highest level of engagement as a member of the SFCM Society with a gift of $1,000 or more. In addition to the opportunities noted above, you’ll be invited to unique experiences that allow you to truly immerse yourself in the student experience. You’ll also be recognized in SFCM’s annual report and performance program books.

Questions? Contact Randi Paul, Associate Director of Individual Giving, at rpaul@sfcm.edu or 415-503-6210.

Ada Clement Legacy Society

The Ada Clement Legacy Society is a distinguished group of patrons who, through their visionary philanthropy, have made a commitment to ensuring the future of music education by including SFCM in their estate plans.

Named after Ada Clement, one of the founders of the original school, the Ada Clement Legacy Society was formed in January 1993 by 38 charter members who believed in supporting music education for generations to come. Society members have named SFCM as a beneficiary in their will, trust, qualified retirement plan or insurance policy or through a life income plan.

Members are invited to one of two Society events each year and are acknowledged in SFCM publications or can choose to remain anonymous.

If you are interested in joining the Society, please contact Nic Meredith, Director of Legacy Giving, at nmeredith@sfcm.edu or 415-503-6201.