Without the generous support from the Corporations and Foundations listed below, our community would be a much less vibrant and culturally rich place to live. We, at Tacoma Opera, are grateful for their support and hope that you, in return, will show your support for them and what they do for our community.
The ArtsFund is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit, that promotes an art environment everybody can take part in. ArtsFund donors support over 60 local arts groups, large and small, so they can provide stimulating and enlightening arts for our community.
Columbia Bank is a Northwest community bank dedicated to their customers, the communities and their employees. They place the highest priority on customer service and strive to make a positive contribution in each community they serve by employing people who truly make a difference to their customers and communities.
The Forest Foundation is committed to strengthening and enriching the quality of life in Southwest Washington, with a particular emphasis on Tacoma and Pierce County.
Since 1961, the Gottfried and Mary Fuchs Foundation has been providing generous support to the arts and human services in our region.
The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation is a community foundation, committed to building a vibrant, compassionate and engaged Pierce County. They work with individuals, nonprofits, businesses and community partners to promote effective philanthropy and connect people who care with causes that matter.
H & R Block – America’s premier tax preparation company proudly supports Tacoma Opera and the Arts in the region.
Key Bank is a regional bank that believes its employees create a company with heart – one that pumps volunteer energy and leadership into community service organizations by “Making a Difference.”
Since 1978, the Florence B. Kilworth Foundation has been providing generous support to the arts and human services in our region.
The Peg & Rick Young Foundation was founded in 2003 in honor of the foundation’s namesakes, Margaret and Richard Young to support the arts and education in the region.
The Tacoma Arts Commission is a 15 member volunteer commission made up of Tacoma residents who are arts advocates and artists. Commission members are appointed by the Tacoma City Council following an application process. The Commission’s functions are outlined in Chapter 1.28A and 1.28B of the Tacoma Municipal Code. Created in 1965, the Tacoma Arts Commission is one of the oldest arts commissions in Washington State.
Owen Roe Winery supplies Tacoma Opera with all the wine for its events. The winery produces beautiful wines from various sites in the Pacific NW, where fruit ripens fully with exceptional balance.