Help Us

girl w/violinIt costs about $1500 per year to provide a student with:

  • Instruction
  • Musical instruments
  • Ensemble costs
  • Study materials
  • Administrative support

DONATIONS

Harmony Project Sooke raises funds through grant applications, fund-raising events, and your donations, however small or large!  Tax receipts will be issued for donations.

You can donate via Credit Card or PayPal, using the donation form on the right-hand side of this page.

Harmony Project Sooke is a registered charity under the name Harmony Project Society of BC.
CRA Registered Charitable number: 784563496RR0001

MEMBERSHIP

Please join our team by becoming a member. Your membership contributes to the vibrancy of the project and demonstrates to funding organizations the strength of our support in the community.

Annual memberships are $10 per person

You may also make donations and apply for memberships by mail. Download and print a membership form here:

And please consider volunteering to help drawing musicwith:

  • Organizing fundraising events
  • Baking for and running concessions
  • Acquiring and organizing instruments
  • Supervising snack time and crafts during classes
  • Soliciting and collecting donations
  • Publicizing the project

For more information or to discuss how to help, please contact Lorna Bjorklund at sookeharmonyproject@shaw.ca or call 250-642-6681


Gratitude

Harmony Project Sooke is grateful to the Sooke Philharmonic Society and its Orchestra for their ongoing guidance and support. We also acknowledge Harmony Project L.A. for their help and inspiration.
We sincerely thank the following for financial and in-kind support:
The Victoria Foundation, District of Sooke, Ernest Lieblich Foundation (California Community Foundation), School District #62, RBC Sooke Branch, Tom Lee Music, MusiCounts, TD Bank, Sooke Rotary Club, CRD Juan de Fuca Electoral Area, TLC Fund for Kids, Egon Baumann Music Foundation, St. John’s Legacy Foundation, Telus and many kind individual donors.

SPOVictoria FoundationDistrict of Sooke




RBCTom Lee Music