Not surprisingly, discovering, showcasing, providing opportunities and recognition programmes require significant resources, both financial and non-financial.
There are many ways individuals, groups and organisations can assist in supporting MOST® in its varied programmes and activities, which include:
Every dollar counts. Established in 1982 MOST® has presented career development and education opportunities, awards, scholarships and grants to musicians, conductors and opera singers through various programmes and activities.
If you wish discuss a financial or in-kind donation:
By becoming a MOST® sponsor, you join a community of like-minded people with a passionate commitment to support musicians, instrumentalists and performing artists.
A MOST® sponsorship might involve an opportunity to invest in one of our existing programs, through the establishment of an award, scholarship or prize; or MOST® can work with you to tailor an activity to a specific area of (your) interest.
If you wish discuss a Sponsorship Package:
MOST® has a proven track record delivering successful programmes in the Australian and regional marketplace; with many of our activities also having international significance and impact.
Benefits of Corporate Sponsorship or Partnership might include access to our various participant communities (artists, professionals, administrators and audience); VIP client engagement and hospitality opportunities; meeting of needs in corporate relations and community profile; and acknowledgements through MOST®'s promotional activities (online and through events, media and publications).
If you wish discuss a Corporate Sponsorship or Partnership Package:
A number of MOST® activities started as individual or family bequests.
What better way to honour your own or the wishes of a loved one than to establish an ongoing legacy in a specific area of creative or musical interest. For example, the Marianne Mathy Scholarship ('The Mathy'), first awarded in 1982, remains the featured award of the IFAC Australian Singing Competition; the Armstrong-Martin Scholarship, first awarded in 1977, remains the respected award within one of our major Professional Development programmes, the Opera Awards (Australia).
MOST® is experienced in managing the personal and legal issues involved in the establishment of bequests – and has a proven record in the development and administration of sucessful legacy progammes.
If you wish discuss the establishment of a Bequest or Legacy Programme: