The SNC:AGO relies upon the generosity of its Patrons and Partners, like you. Please consider contributing to our cause.


The Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization. Your donations may be tax deductible.

If you would like to mail your donation or sponsorship, please make your check out to
“Southern Nevada Chapter AGO” and mail to:
Southern Nevada Chapter of the AGO
P.O. Box 371893
Las Vegas, NV 89137


Donations by individuals with a $25 minimum. Proceeds benefit our ongoing concert recital series, concerts and other special events.

Patrons are recognized on the concert program, the SNC:AGO website and included in our performance newsletter. Contributors names remain on the list of patrons throughout the concert season (up to one year).

Five levels of giving from loud to soft:

  • Fortissimo ($250 and above)

  • Forte ($200 to $249)

  • Mezzo Forte ($150 to $199)

  • Mezzo Piano ($100 to $149)

  • Piano ($50 to $99)

  • Pianissimo ($25 to $49)

In honor of, in memory of, in recognition of donations accepted.

For a list of our current patrons, Click here


Donations by companies or individuals with a $100 minimum. Proceeds benefit the general fund of the SNC:AGO or the benefactor may direct the donation towards a specific initiative.

To recognize your generosity, we will design a customized amenity package based on your needs and level of giving. Amenities could include:

  • web, newsletter, program advertising and logo or mention on posters posters

  • on-site activations at events

  • “presented by” or “sponsored by” opportunities

  • on stage mentions at events

For donations given on behalf of a company or organization, the individuals behind the donation will also be recognized as a concert patron.



We continue to honor the memory of our long-time Dean through our scholarship fund which helps to support young musicians interested in studying the organ. The scholarships allow local students to attend Pipe Organ Encounters, week long summer camps for the organ, offered by the American Guild of Organists.