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Spring Giving Campaign

SUPPORT GMCLA AND GET AN EXCLUSIVE GIFT

AS A THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATION!

*SPRING GIVING CAMPAIGN EXCLUSIVE*

With your donation, you can support GMCLA and keep our education and community programming running year-round!

 

As a thank you, eligible donations will receive the *official* GMCLA WE ❤️ BOY BANDS!  t-shirt – only available through this campaign.

 

Eligible donations include:

  • Recurring donation of $25 a month or more

  • Single donation of $200 or more

Supplies are limited, make your donation by March 1st!

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If you need technical assistance,

please call our office at 424-239-6506 ext. 1 or 2

to make a contribution to our campaign.

MAKE YOUR GIFT GO FURTHER!
JOIN CONDUCTOR'S CIRCLE.
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GMCLA's Aftershock, Executive Director Lou Spisto, Music Director Ernest H. Harrison, Board Chair Greg Weaver, and LA County Board Supervisors Kathryn Barger, Janice Hahn, and Lindsey P. Horvath at our March 2023 Donor Appreciation Event.

Want to make a more substantial investment in GMCLA’s programs?

 

Become a Conductor’s Circle donor with a recurring donation of $100 a month or more, or a single donation of $1,200 or more, and receive a special invitation to our annual Donor Appreciation event this Spring.

Last year's Donor Appreciation featured special guests Kathryn Barger, Janice Hanhn, and Lindsey P. Horvath from LA County's Board of Supervisors, who received our Civic Voice Award! The private reception, hosted by Board Chair Greg Weaver and Board Member Haig Youredjian at their home in Toluca Lake, featured a special performance by GMCLA's Aftershock.

Over 85,000 Los Angeles students have experienced our life-changing Alive Music Project.

GMCLA IN THE SCHOOLS

GMCLA provides groundbreaking and inspired programs in Los Angeles high schools through our ALIVE MUSIC PROJECT (AMP). Reaching over 85,000 students in Southern California since its inception, AMP includes in-school choral performances, music education, anti-bullying and the sharing of important and impactful stories from our diverse Chorus members. Last year, GMCLA brought the magic of Disney PRIDE in Concert  to several schools, including Cleveland High School, John F. Kennedy High School, Larchmont Charter High School, and Compton High School. This season, GMCLA has brought our AMP performances to Culver City High School and John Burroughs High School with more schools to come.

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GMCLA sings for the students at John Burroughs High School.

GMCLA IN THE COMMUNITY

Only halfway into Season 45, GMCLA has already been hard at work in our community, spreading our musical message of love, hope, and acceptance for all people. This season, our volunteer members sang for the City of West Hollywood’s Veterans Day Commemoration, Pride Night for the Los Angeles LakersBeverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Ceremony, and the Hollywood Christmas Parade. On December 1st, GMCLA honored those we have lost and those who live today with HIV/AIDS at two memorable and moving events at USC’s AIDS Quilt display and Minority AIDS Project’s annual remembrance. All this impactful community engagement is only possible because audience members like you support GMCLA with their donations. You can contribute to this important work by making a gift to our Spring Giving Campaign, so we can do even MORE in 2024!

 

Learn more about our exciting community concerts your donations make possible on our Events Schedule:

Over 10,000 people enjoyed seeing GMCLA perform at our more than 30 free community events this past season.

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GMCLA on Basketball Court at Lakers Pride Night 10-13-23.HEIC

 GMCLA brought community performances to

The Hollywood Christmas Parade and the Los Angeles Lakers Pride Night.

GMCLA MEMBERS SPEAK ABOUT OUR ALIVE MUSIC PROJECT

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"I believe GMCLA’s Alive Music Project is saving lives with every performance…"

Bill Gallimore

GMCLA Tenor 2

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“To be a voice to a teenage version of myself, letting them know they are represented and will make it through whatever confusion they might be currently feeling, fills me with a sense of pride, and I participate in every one that I can...” 

Thomas Franklin

GMCLA Baritone

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"Visibility inspires hope, and hope creates change. That is why I sing with GMCLA."

Lucio Maramba

GMCLA Tenor 1

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