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Support the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus!

We have re-opened! Now, as we start the process to rebuild, your support is more important than ever.

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Why should YOU support the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus?

Thanks to donors like you, the world-famous San Diego Gay Men's Chorus has been able to reach out into the San Diego community like never before with our uplifting message of love and acceptance. We are singers on a mission—every day we are changing hearts and minds—making a positive, joyful and lasting impact on our community. As 2022 continues, we look forward to welcoming our new full-time Artistic Director, Dr. Charles Beale, for our Summer Pride concert!

Your support through 2020, 2021 and into 2022 has allowed us to remain active in the community in new ways, including our virtual concert performances, guest appearances at virtual events, and carefully controlled soloist appearances at selected live events. Now, as we re-open, your support is more important than ever. The arts were hit very hard during the pandemic: they were one of the first industries to close and they will be one of the last to re-open. Please support SDGMC as we begin our process to re-open so we can provide a safe and welcoming space for our singers and bring the gift of song back to all of you!

The San Diego Union-Tribune has named us "San Diego's Gay Ambassadors." That's because our nearly 350 members make up San Diego's most active and visible gay organization. Every time we sing in a neighborhood, on stage or at a city event; new people—of all ages, beliefs and backgrounds—are introduced to the gay community.

Why YOU should support the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus - especially now!

As friends and supporters of the Chorus, you know the arts will be a crucial and important part of our healing as a community. As our "extended intermission" continues, SDGMC’s leadership looks to see how we can best support our community and fulfill our mission while still adhering to the eventual “new normal” of social interaction.

As we all emerge from the pandemic, the need for our voices in song is greater than ever for our souls. When that day finally arrives, we want to be there for you and with you.