6 Gifts to Give Your Chorus This Holiday Season

Tori Cook December 17, 2018

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'Tis the season of giving! Don't forget to add your community chorus to your holiday shopping list. Here are some gifts that can make an impact.

 

Music Library Storage Units

Wenger Music Library

 

These amazing storage units by Wenger can help get the chorus's physical music library in shipshape.

 

Container Store Gift Card

Help get the chorus office and storage spaces organized with a gift card to the container store.

 

A Video Studio

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As choruses engage more in digital marketing efforts, their need for video marketing becomes apparent. Purchase video studio equipment to help enhance the chorus's marketing strategy. (Psst... find out how to get a video studio for under $300 in this article.)

 

Office Equipment

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Does the chorus need a new printer, scanner, laptop, or cell phone? Consider helping them purchase something new for their office this year.

 

Software

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Never underestimate the power of good software! It can truly revolutionize the way choruses are managed. Top of the list items include accounting software like QuickBooks, donor management software like Kindful, a marketing automation platform like MailChimp, and choir management software, like Chorus Connection.

 

A Contribution to the Annual Fund

When in doubt, a direct donation to the annual fund is always a good choice. An unrestricted gift can be used in the ways that choruses need it most!

 

Happy holidays from all of us at Chorus Connection!

 

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Tori Cook

Tori Cook is the Director of Marketing at Chorus Connection. She directs the Harborlight Show Chorus and is President of Chorus pro Musica in the Boston area. When not making music, she daydreams about adopting a golden retriever puppy and scuba diving to exotic locations around the world.

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