February 23, 2017
Tell your friends:
You care so much for our neighbors.
Now, let us treat you to a night out at the Philharmonic.
Philharmonic Cares, presented by UCHealth, honors the crucial work of caregivers in our community by treating them to a complimentary night at the Colorado Springs Philharmonic.
Who is eligible
Healthcare professionals, police officers and firefighters, home caregivers, nonprofit staff and volunteers.
What it costs
Nothing. Philharmonic Cares is a free program, underwritten by UCHealth.Partner employees and volunteers may click here to register for Philharmonic Cares.
How it works
- Partner with the Philharmonic: By invitation, call 719-575-9632 for more information on becoming a care-giving organization.
- Sign up: An invitation will be sent to all care-giving staff and volunteers. They may register for our private list of caregivers who will receive opportunities to attend select Colorado Springs Philharmonic concerts free of charge.
- Enjoy: Registrants will receive an invitation email in advance of select concerts to claim up to two Philharmonic Cares tickets using an exclusive code redeemable online or at the box office.
Terms of Participation
Two Philharmonic Cares tickets are available per participant per concert. Philharmonic Cares tickets are subject to limited ticket availability at select Philharmonic concerts in seating levels 2-5 and may not be combined with other offers. Other restrictions and/or exclusions may apply. Philharmonic Cares partner organizations are accepted by invitation only and may be removed at the option of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Registrants are directed to notify the Philharmonic when they are no longer affiliated with a partner organization. This policy is subject to change without notice.
Causes Supported by Philharmonic Cares
Mentoring relationships for children facing adversity ● Volunteer advocates in court for abused and neglected children ● Meeting basic housing and health needs for local families ● Residential assistance, training and support for adults with developmental disabilities ● Colorado Springs Fire Department ● Early childhood education for children living in poverty ● Assistance for aging or learning-challenged adults ● Abuse prevention and support for at-risk families ● Shelter, adoption and medical services for homeless and abused animals ● Physical, emotional and spiritual support for life-limiting illness ● Senior advocacy and services to maintain independence, safety and quality of life ● Shelter and services for people experiencing homelessness, poverty and addiction ● Support and services for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities ● Emergency shelter, services and counseling for youth at risk of homelessness ● Family-based, grassroots mental health advocacy and support services ● Promoting healthy environments at skate parks through skills development and outreach ● Community living for abused teenagers who cannot return to their families ● El Paso County Sheriff’s Office ● Health promotion, disease prevention and environmental health programs ● Colorado Springs Police Department ● Global fair trade advocacy and sustainable business development in the Third World
Learn more about this program by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 719-575-9632.
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