With your support Jefferson Center provides world-class performances, artist residencies, education programs, a home to various community organizations and many other services unique to this region. Your donations are essential to ensure those services continue.

Please consider how Jefferson Center can earn your support. On-line donations are easy! Simply click the donate button above to make a secure online donation now.

If you have questions, please contact Amy Milberger, Jefferson Center Director of Development at 540-343-2624, ext. 212 or amilberger[at]jeffcenter[dot]org

Here are some ways you can help:

  • Thank you for being in the audience at our concerts. Ticket prices account for about half of the cost of bringing top entertainers to our stages. These sponsors support the rest.
  • Thank you for giving the next generation the skills to create great music through participation in Jefferson Center's Education Programs. Tuition and fees from local schools cover only two percent of the cost. Generous donors support the rest.
  • We are grateful for generations of Jefferson Senior High School Alumni for preserving and maintaining their historic building for new uses. Proud alumni and friends of Jefferson Center make annual gifts to preserve our landmark.
  • The Legacy of Jefferson Center will serve future generations. Planned and estate gifts ensure memories will survive in the future.
  • Music Lab at Jefferson Center gives talented teenagers the skills and opportunity to compose, perform and record original music. Some families can afford tuition, but no student is turned away because of inability to pay. Donors who help provide scholarship enable us to keep that promise.
  • Members of Jefferson Center account for the largest number of Annual Gifts. Membership is a simple way to be part of our generous family and receive numerous benefits such as Invitations to special after-concert meet & greet opportunities with performing artists and the opportunity to purchase tickets before they are available to the general public. Click here to learn more.