Our activities are supported by membership, and by the generosity of donors and benefactors. Your generous gift makes a critical difference in our ability to further our mission of promoting and preserving jazz though live jazz performances, and educational outreach initiatives and scholarships.
You may choose to direct your NJJS donations to one of the following:
- Scholarship Fund
- Generations of Jazz
- Jazz Socials
DONATING IS EASY!
We accept credit card payments through Paypal – simply click on the donate button.
Or you can mail a check to:
New Jersey Jazz Society
Dave Dilzell, Treasurer
P.O. Box 223
Garwood, NJ 07027-0223
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAXIMIZE THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION?
Many employers match employee contributions, sometimes doubling or tripling your gift! Contact your Human Resources Department to see if they participate in a matching program.
OTHER WAYS TO DONATE:
- Used CD/Record/Book Collections
- Used Musical Instruments
Contact Education Director James Pansulla – JazzEducation@njjs.org – for more information or to arrange for pickup or delivery of donations. Please note, NJJS is unable to accept acoustic pianos due to the cost and complexity of pickup and delivery.
The New Jersey Jazz Society is qualified as a tax-exempt cultural organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Federal ID 23-7229339. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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