Give to San Francisco Opera
Make a gift that's meaningful to you today! Your support helps us fulfill our mission to bring the transformative power of musical storytelling to our community.
Be part of a passionate community of opera lovers! View donor levels and make your mark on this thrilling art form.
Other Ways to Give
There are a number of ways to support the opera you love. Choose what's right for you.
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Become a Production Sponsor
Make a powerful statement about your passion for opera and its importance in the cultural fabric of San Francisco by becoming a Production Sponsor. Your support at this significant level helps to attract artists of the highest caliber, sustain San Francisco Opera among the world’s top opera companies and connect you to an extraordinary creative process.
Friends of the Adlers
We believe in giving opera’s most promising young artists the training and opportunities essential to launching their careers. As one of the world’s most prestigious vocal training programs, the Adler Fellowship Program boasts an alumni roster filled with many of the leading opera singers of our time.
Join Friends of the Adlers and witness first-hand the artistic development of these remarkable artists through a series of behind-the-scenes events. For information on how to join, email Hannah Dworkin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Your Donation Makes an Impact
Our Donor Family
We are so grateful to our incredible family of donors who help us continue to bring the transformative power of opera to the Bay Area and beyond. We are thrilled to be able to recognize our donors at the Sustaining Patron Level and above through an online donor listing page. Thank you so much for your generosity. It makes everything we do possible!
Our Company Sponsors
San Francisco Opera is sponsored, in part, by Norby Anderson, Jerome L. and Thao N. Dodson, The Dolby Family, Carol and Dixon Doll, Bertie Bialek Elliott, Peter Fenton and Kate Greer, Keith and Priscilla Geeslin, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation for the Arts, John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn, Burgess and Elizabeth Jamieson, Franklin and Catherine Johnson, Edmund W. and Jeannik Méquet Littlefield Fund, Bernard and Barbro Osher, Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem, Dianne and Tad Taube, Phyllis C. Wattis Endowment Funds, Diane B. Wilsey and Barbara A. Wolfe.