The $4,500 grant from The Cyril and Dorothy Veinott Memorial Fund, held at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, will help Sarasota Concert Association utilize an online ticketing system.
(Sarasota, FL) The Community Foundation of Sarasota County, through The Cyril and Dorothy Veinott Memorial Fund, recently awarded the Sarasota Concert Association (SCA) a $4,500 grant to help the organization support the utilization and evaluation of a Seat Advisor Box Office (SABO) software and ticketing system.
“We’re very grateful to the Community Foundation of Sarasota County for this generous grant,” said Joy McIntyre, SCA’s board president. “We’ve negotiated an agreement with The Sarasota Ballet, which will allow us to utilize their SABO system for the 2014-2015 season. This state-of-the-art software offers online ticketing and will also help us analyze sales patterns, create mailing and email campaigns and manage donation campaigns.”
For more information about the Sarasota Concert Association, call 941-955-0040 or visit www.scasarasota.org.
About the Sarasota Concert Association
The Sarasota Concert Association (SCA) exists to foster the development of an appreciation for the musical arts by sponsoring professional presentations that are not otherwise available in the community, through a not-for-profit, organized-audience plan. SCA aims to set the fees for all performances as reasonably as possible, in order to make the concerts available to as much of the community as possible. The organization is not designed to make a profit but does intend to be self-supporting. It provides outreach to all members of the regional community by offering a series of free concerts, Munchtime Musicales, held from November through April every year. For more information about SCA, visit www.scasarasota.org.
About the Community Foundation of Sarasota County
The Community Foundation is a public charity founded in 1979 by the Southwest Florida Estate Planning Council as a resource for caring individuals and the causes they support, enabling them to make a charitable impact on the community. With assets of over $230 million in nearly 1,100 charitable funds, the Community Foundation awarded grants and scholarships totaling more than $16 million dollars this past year in the areas of arts, culture and humanities; education; civic engagement; health and human services; animal welfare; and the environment. For more information, call 941-955-3000 or visit www.CFSarasota.org.