Ways to Support Us
The Rocky Mountain Arts Association is one of the largest and highest profile gay organization in Colorado, and one of the most recognized arts organizations in the Rocky Mountains region. Your financial support can transform lives, enhance the cultural landscape of Denver and be a powerful agent to change hearts and minds.
Contributions support the work of RMAA, allowing us to purchase music, commission new works, and bring our message to places where our voices need to be heard, including school and regional outreach. Ticket sales and member dues account for less than 40% of our annual operating budget. Your continued support is critical for us to continue changing lives through music.
RMAA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Individual Donor Program
Challengers are supporters of OutLoud: the Colorado Springs Men's Chorus. Their support ensures the continued success of OutLoud in fighting for a more inclusive community in El Paso County.
The Rocky Mountain Arts Association's Legacy Circle is a group of donors who have remembered the Chorus in their estate planning. Through a bequest to RMAA, you can show your continued support for our work. Please contact RMAA at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Elinor Lewallen Scholarship Fund
On May 6th 2012, RMAA created the Elinor Lewallen Scholarship Fund to help support chorus members during times of financial hardship. With this fund members can continue to sing and be a part of community though they may be temporarily unable to pay membership dues.
Ways to Give
You can also mail donations to:
Rocky Mountains Arts Association
Or, give by phone:
Call 303-325-3959 to make a one-time gift or to set up a recurring monthly donation.
Corporate sponsors are a special part of the continued success of the choruses that make up RMAA. For customized corporate sponsorship packages contact RMAA at email@example.com.
"Yes, we love the arts... but that's not why we give to Out Loud Men's Chorus. We give so that every voice is welcome, every song sung, and every man free."