The Rodolfus Foundation

Support

Help us raise £40,000

The Rodolfus Foundation is a not-for-profit charity whose main aim is to share the joy of choral singing with young people aged 8 to 21, offering generous bursaries to those with financial need. Through residential Choral Courses, the Rodolfus Choir and through partnerships with local choirs in disadvantaged areas, the Foundation offers an unparalleled education in choral singing and musical teamwork.

Through our bursary scheme, we hope to encourage young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to experience the joy of musical teamwork. In this, the 40th year of the Choral Courses, we have set ourselves an ambitious target of raising £40,000 (’40 for 40’) to enable young people who would not otherwise be able to to attend Choral Courses .

Donations from our supporters go towards course bursaries and outreach work.

If you are able to help, please follow one of the links below:

For an annual donation of £60 (Bronze), £150 (Silver), £300 (Gold) or £600 (Platinum), you can join our Friends scheme with its many perks.


Our Benefactors are a very special group of people who are able to offer a significant donation of £2000 or more.


Make a single donation of up to £300 to support us through our Virgin Giving page. If you are a UK tax payer, we can claim an extra 25%. NB if your donation is larger than £300, please get in touch with us to arrange this directly.


Offering support to the young singers of the Rodolfus Foundation is a fantastic opportunity for your business.


With thanks to

Our Founding Donors

Ralph Allwood
Edward Bagnall
David Bester
Paul Casey
The Cockayne Trust
Martin Cooke
Ian Cooper
Hamish Forsyth
Julian Hardwick
Hartley and Amy Rogers
The Suggett Charitable Trust
 

Our Engagement Strategy Funders

The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
The Lucille Graham Charitable Trust
 

Our Benefactors

Michael Gibbon
Steven Brass
Lesley Carlton-Jones
Angeline Kanagasooriam
Erland Karlsson
Julie Linehan
Mark Urquhart
Cressida Legge