So that our singing continues to be heard

42% funded
We've raised $2,360.61 of the $5,600.00 we are trying to raise for this cause!

Our singing…

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Choral singing subsidy program

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We need your solidarity to keep the Schola Cantorum of Venezuela singing.

Our Choral Singing Grant Program provides assistance to 80 choral leaders in Venezuela. It provides critical help for their nourishment needs in these imminent times of hardship.

This scholarship program or financial aid is designed to support members who demonstrate competence, performance and participation in activities coordinated by the Fundación Schola Cantorum de Venezuela.

Until recently the program was subsidized through various artistic and social activities. However, the current economic hardships in Venezuela added to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic challenging health and cultural coexistence, have forced us to reformulate our activities.

In order to keep the program alive, we need your support. The contribution of people like you who value the choral activity and would like to support our choral family is vital.

To keep this program alive from June to December 2020 we require $5,600.


You can help us with any or all of these actions

A direct donation is a one-time amount that you can donate to our cause. This will allow us to offer the youngest ones opportunities of personal and musical growth through choir singing.

$1,556 of $4,000 raised
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Donation Total: $20.00

In music the companion instrument supports the singer on his/her interpretation. You can also be a companion with your periodical support to one or more of our choir family members in their process of musical growth.

$21 of $600 raised
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Donation Total: $10.00 Monthly for seven months

We want to thank everyone that joined us in our Bingo Coral Mundial. Along with our allies of La Llanada we spent a fun and emotional afternoon.

Isabel H., Ciro P., Yolinil C. y Amelia C. were the prize winners of the 4 Bingo rounds played on that day of music and brotherhood. Congratulations to the winners!

This game activity collected the amount of $785 which is 78.5% of its goal, and about 14% of the total amount needed for our Choral Singing Subsidy Program.

You can find other ways to help us in this page, and we are very grateful for your solidarity!


Here are some of the pictures taken in our fun Bingo afternoon:

Prizes won!

  • Personalized thank you video by maestros Maria Guinand and Alberto Grau
  • 1 box of 30 tequeños, 100% buffalo cheese from our friends in @LaLlanada
  • 1 download code to get one of our albums in online stores

  • Personalized thank you video by maestros Maria Guinand and Alberto Grau
  • 1 box of 50 Dollies from our friend @mercedesgraureposteria
  • 1 download code to get one of our albums in online stores
  • Personalized thank you video by maestros Maria Guinand and Alberto Grau
  • 1 package of BBQ Ribs (approx. 1Kg) from our friends at @porka.ve
  • 1 download code to get one of our albums in online stores
  • Personalized thank you video by maestros Maria Guinand and Alberto Grau
  • 1 box of 30 tequeños, 100% buffalo cheese from our friends in @LaLlanada
  • 1 box of 50 Dollies from our friend @mercedesgraureposteria
  • 1 package of BBQ Ribs (approx. 1Kg) from our friends at @porka.ve
  • 1 download code to get one of our albums in online stores
The Schola family digital discography can be found in our web site.

What is Choral Singing?

Choral singing is an activity that brings benefits to all people regardless of their social class, ideology, religion, sex or age. Choral singing educates sensitivity, increases the joy of living, and seeks a collective and individual spiritual enjoyment. It allows the development of values ​​such as solidarity, teamwork, discipline, responsibility, social awareness and tolerance.

Fundación Schola Cantorum de Venezuela

The Fundación Schola Cantorum de Venezuela is an institution with 53 years of extensive and recognized experience in the development of choral training programs, with focus on the education of young leadership and choral conducting, singing and management of choral activities. In addition, the foundation supports economically the development of young people in the artistic and social context.