Arraymusic is a non-profit charitable organization that relies upon the support of three levels of government, foundations, corporate support and the charitable contributions of individual donors. The Array New Music Centre needs and values your charitable donations.
Please consider giving, or continue to give generously to Arraymusic to make possible the many musical events, programs, concerts and educational activies that Array annually provides. Array’s donated funds directly support Array’s Young Composers’ Workshop, Array Studio rentals and Array Ensemble concerts.
Please remember how many creative music artists rely upon the Array Studio for an affordable, equipped place to rehearse and present their music and please recall that Arraymusic does not receive funding from the Arts Councils for this vital community program. Array needs your assistance today. When donating by cheque or money order, you will receive a charitable tax receipt for the full amount of your donation.
To give generously to Array, please read on…
To Donate to Array:
You can give to Array in one of three ways:
1) Attend an Array fundraising event. Join Array today to learn about upcoming events you can attend.
2) Mail a cheque or money order payable to Arraymusic to 161 Walnut Ave. M6J 3W3
Toronto, Ontario Canada M6J 3W3
3) Donate online through Canada Helps by following the instructions provided here and at the Canada Helps Website. Click on the Donate Now Logo below.
CanadaHelps is a registered charity created to accept charitable donations online for the country’s 78,000 charitable organizations. Their vision is of a voluntary sector that works together to raise the bar for all organizations by sharing best practices and increasing efficiency and effectiveness.
Note: you will receive a tax deductible charitable receipt via email. Mac users please note that the receipt does not work using Apple Preview. Use Adobe Reader or Acrobat. – Apple Preview is not compatible with all PDFs –
To Volunteer With Array:
The Array New Music Centre and Array Studio are constantly brimming with activity. We welcome all who would like to get involved. If you’re interested in volunteering at an Array concert this season, or in helping out at Array’s office or with a studio activity or fundraising event, please call or email us (See the Contact page).
Volunteering For Array
Each season, Array works with individuals who have an interest in new music, the Array Studio or the Array Ensemble who wish to help. Volunteers meet and consult with Array to pinpoint their area of interest, and then create out a work schedule that is flexible to suits their busy lives.
Volunteering for Array is a great way to boost your professional resume, learn more about new music and the arts, or arts administration and, generally, become a more valued member of Toronto’s creative musical arts community.
Volunteers really do make a difference!
In return for your volunteer assistance, Arraymusic offers complimentary concert tickets to attend concerts within its season. Array may also offer volunteers the rental of its studio space at a reduced fee.
Please do call or email to enquire about volunteering for Arraymusic today.
Examples of The Type of Work Volunteers at Array Engage In:
1. Assist at an Array Ensemble concert with box office, hosting and / or concert production duties.
2. Assist with marketing by distributing Array’s season brochure to shops and galleries in your neighborhood or institution.
3. Assist Array to complete a ‘digitization’ project by using Array’s equipment to transfer past archival concert recordings that are on tape and dat into a digital format (e.g. Converting music that is stored on old formats to modern .wav or .mp3 files in real-time).
4. Assist Array set up its new Listening Room by cataloguing its albums.
These are just a few examples. Arraymusic is open to exploring other work options you may prefer to do to assist Array.
Examples of Accomplishments by Past Array Volunteers:
1. In 2007/08, Michelle Sabourin pulled Array’s scores from their shelves and entered this information into Array’s new database.
2. In 2006/07, Talia Woolridge scoured Array’s binders listing all concert activity and detailed Array’s concert activities from 1972 to current day using Microsoft Word.
3. In 2005/06, David Jager sorted through boxes of archives and organized three decades of Array’s promotional and concert materials into two sets of three binders each by year, giving Array a comprehensive way to store and search these materials for the first time.
Array’s board, staff and artists sincerely thank all its dedicated volunteers for their generosity, time and great work!