Your donation allows Dover-Sherborn Friends of the Performing Arts to continue to provide meaningful support to the students at Dover-Sherborn Regional Schools (DSRS) as they pursue and excel in their creative endeavors. You can donate below utilizing the predetermined amount or please feel free to change to the amount you prefer. Your donation will be processed through the Paypal Giving Fund, free of any fee. These funds are then dispersed by the Giving Fund once a month to Dover-Sherborn Friends of the Performing Arts. The Paypal Giving Fund will email you a tax receipt.
A SPECIAL NOTE
To all supporters of the performing arts at the DS regional schools: We on the FoPA board are so pleased to return to our normal programming and events this year. The past year and half we have been proud to support our music and drama programs, but the unusual circumstances have significantly depleted our funds while curtailing our normal fundraising activities. We would be so grateful for donations at this time so we can continue to support our middle and high school students.
We are very excited to be part of Amazon's Smile program. By clicking the link to the left and adding us to your Charity List on Amazon, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of qualifying items to FoPA. All you have to do is click the link to the left, and then click only one more time. Thank you!
If you prefer to mail your donation, you can do so by sending it to:
Dover-Sherborn Friends of the Performing Arts
c/o Dover Sherborn High School
9 Junction St.
Dover-Sherborn High School Friends of the Performing Arts is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Dover Sherborn Friends of the Performing Arts wishes to express its gratitude to the Alan Thayer Mudge Memorial Fund for its contributions to the performing arts at Dover-Sherborn High School.
In 2014, the Alex Paganelli Fund generously donated a Steinway Concert Grand Piano Model A to Dover-Sherborn High School. This gift will provide many generations of students the opportunity to enjoy music for decades to come.