2017 Fall Fund Drive

Mountains have been used as metaphors for centuries, to suggest great hurdles to be conquered. The December Sing For Joy newsletter includes a special message from Pastor Bruce Benson that discusses a song heard on Sing For Joy this month. I won’t spoil his message, but it does include a mountain and reflections on Isaiah 40. And unlike most mountain metaphors, this climb is joyous and gives us reason to sing.

We have a lot to sing about here at Sing For Joy: a hard-working team, over 100 radio stations that carry our program, and of course listeners around the world who tune in regularly and support sacred choral music. So thank you for being a member of the Sing For Joy community.

But of course, even Sing For Joy has mountains to climb. As a listener-supported program, we rely on contributions throughout the year to fund our operating budget and keep Sing For Joy in production. This year we need to bring in $12,000 by the end of December — help us climb this mountain as we finish out the calendar year.

Make Your Gift Today!

Our secure online donation form is an easy way to contribute to our ongoing fundraising effort. Whether you can offer $10 or $1,000, your generosity will impact the lives of listeners around the world.

Special Offer

CD cover photoFor your gift of $120 or more, we are offering Light Dawns, Hope Blooms,which includes "Climb to the Top of the Highest Mountain," as mentioned in the December newsletter. The St. Olaf Christmas Festival features more than 500 student musicians who are members of five choirs and the St. Olaf Orchestra. Make this two-disc recording from the 2016 concert part of your Christmas celebration. (Offer ends December 31, 2017.)