The New England Philharmonic Annual Fund

Ticket sales cover a small percentage of the New England Philharmonic expenses to present four or more concerts each season, commission new works, and conduct our Young Artist Competition and Call for Scores — all the things that make the NEP distinctive in the greater Boston musical community.

Your gift to the NEP Annual Fund supports those initiatives as well as our outreach and education efforts through our NEP Chamber Players that engage children and others in the joy of music.

Many expenses are invisible to our audiences, such as the cost for rehearsal space, instrument storage and cartage, and unusual instruments required for specific pieces, soloists’ fees, and the instrument petting zoo at our annual Family Concert.

All donors are listed in concert program books unless they request to remain anonymous. Individual donor partners of the NEP receive benefits to recognize their role in keeping the NEP vital.

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 Gifts to the New England Philharmonic Annual Fund

Matching Gifts

Matching gifts by your employer can double or even triple your donation. Contact your Human Resources Dept. to determine if you are eligible and the procedure for applying.

Donate Securities

To donate securities contact the NEP General Manager at or 855-463-7445 and provide:

  • Donor(s) full name(s)
  • Name of the stock & number of shares
  • Broker name, company & contact number

Corporate Giving

If you are interested in corporate sponsorships please contact the NEP General Manager at or 855-463-7445.

Or mail your check to:
New England Philharmonic
P.O. Box 231168
Boston, MA 02123

Luminary: $10,000 and above
Benefactors: $5,000 – $9,999
Visionary: $2,500 – $4,999
Guardian: $1,000 – $2,499
Innovator: $500 – $999
Patron: $250 – $499
Builder: $100 – $249
Friend: Up to $100
All donations will be acknowledged by name in our program book, unless you ask to remain anonymous.

 New England Philharmonic is incorporated in Massachusetts as a 501(c)(3) organization.