A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Educational Arts Organization
Serving California's North Central Valley and Sierra Foothills
Sacramento Guitar Society
Donate to support guitar education in the greater Sacramento Region.
No other organization does what we do...
Without SGS, it just doesn't happen.
The more you look into Sacramento Guitar Society, the more impressed you'll be with how much we do with modest resources. We get it done! Wouldn't you like to see it all on a bigger scale? SGS is growing, and you can be a part of it:
We serve the community at many levels:
- Concerts for international and regional artists
- Guitar teachers database
- Guitar donation and instruction programs for students
- Open stage opportunities
- Visits to schools, senior centers, assisted living facilities, hospitals
- Guitar Masterclasses
- Concerts and festivals calendar,
- A website serving as a hub of information for the region
So how can you help? We are always in need of financial support, like virtually all nonprofits. Give what you can and know that your donation supports a valuable asset for Sacramento County. SGS makes life here better, and you can support that cause, as well as participate in our many activities.
Checks may be made out to "Sacramento Guitar Society" and mailed to P.O. Box 621, Folsom, CA 95673. Write "General Fund" in the memo line or another specific purpose. Call to discuss any questions with Daniel Roest, President of the SGS, at (916) 294-0400.
The Sacramento Guitar Society is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit charitable organization, and as such, contributions to the Sacramento Guitar Society are federal tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Federal Tax ID #59-3777305.
We are also a California non-profit corporation and are exempt from California franchise or income tax as determined by the State of California Franchise Tax Board.
The laws regarding taxable donations are very specific, so always check with a qualified tax accountant regarding the deductibility of your planned giving. For further details call or send an email.
Zaira Meneses poses with students at the inner-city after school Moral Values Program after a performance workshop.
Swedish virtuoso classical guitarist Johannes Möller at Harry Dewey Elementary School in Fair Oaks, CA, October 2012. The child in front with the orange balloon is deaf and experienced the music through vibrations.