February 23, 2017
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Honoring Community Caregivers Through Philharmonic Cares
By Administrator on October 6, 2016
Colorado Springs is home to 7,829 health care professionals, 682 police officers, 393 firefighters, and countless volunteers, counselors, emergency service providers, and other non-profit employees. These people – friends and neighbors – work tirelessly to improve the community while facing stressful, frightening, and tragic circumstances with strength and generosity.
The Colorado Springs Philharmonic honors these incredible contributions through Philharmonic Cares. This integral Philharmonic program provides professional caregivers and other non-profit employees the opportunity to relax, reconnect, and recharge through the healing power of music.
Underwritten by UCHealth, Philharmonic julietta in canada Cares gave more than 900 free concert tickets to local caregivers this past year. Staff and volunteers from 25 different agencies are invited free of charge to the concert hall, where they are frequently greeted from the stage by Philharmonic President and CEO Nathan Newbrough.
Partner with the Philharmonic
To become a Philharmonic Cares Partner Organization, ask your executive officer to complete a Partner Organization Agreement. Upon submission, all of your organization’s staff and volunteers will be invited to register for up to two complimentary tickets to each Philharmonic Cares concert.
It’s that easy! To request a Partner Organization Agreement, or if you have other questions, please either complete this form, contact Outreach & Education Coordinator Bernie Brink at email@example.com, or call our office at 719-344-2456.