**NEW SITE ~ Bookmark this page for future visits**

Contribute to the Northeast Orchestra

Our Sponsors

We are grateful for the support of these businesses and individuals who have made financial contributions to the Northeast Orchestra:


Angel ($1,000 or more)

Martha Weaver in honor of Erica Adkins

Arts Council Northeast


Benefactor ($500 to $999)

Peace Lutheran Church  


Patron (up to $499)

Erica & Anthony Adkins

Loretta Kring

Mark Messing

Ann Vinod

Wayne Schuricht

Become a Sponsor

The Northeast Orchestra is an all-volunteer ensemble, incorporated in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit Texas corporation. Our modest budget for music, equipment, communications and more comes from ticket sales and subscriptions, paid advertisements in our programs, our annual Silent Auction, and grants and contributions.Financial contributions to the Northeast Orchestra, Inc. are tax-deductible and are acknowledged in our printed concert program and on this web site. We invite you to consider a contribution at one of these levels:

  • Friend ~ $10 to $49
  • Contributor ~ $50 to $249
  • Patron ~ $250 to $499
  • Benefactor ~ $500 to $1,499
  • Angel ~ $1,500 or more

For additional details, to make a financial contribution via mail, or to volunteer your support through your time or talent, download the NEO Subscription/ Contribution Form (PDF).   

DONATE ONLINE HERE

~

Our Advertisers

 We are pleased to recognize the businesses and individuals who have provided financial support  through paid advertisements in our concert program:

Advertise with us

Reach a sophisticated audience while supporting the arts in northeast Tarrant County — advertise in the Northeast Orchestra's concert program, and be recognized among our Sponsors.

Ad sizes from business card to full page are available, and your advertisement will run in all five programs for the current concert season. For additional details and to advertise with download the NEO Advertising Order Form (PDF).

NEO Downloads

Our Partners

The Northeast Orchestra is supported in part by  grants from Arts Council Northeast and the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

image97
image98