Boychoir Fund Information

The Value of your Gift

Each year, the Cincinnati Boychoir reaches boys from across the Greater Cincinnati region, and we strive to make our program accessible to all boys, regardless of need. Your gift has a very real and lasting impact on the many boys that experience our program. 

The Value of Your Gift:

$30 - One complete music binder for a season

$50 - One snazzy bow tie

$100 - Cultural retreat for one boy

$250 - Accompanist for one showcase performance

$500 - Tour cost for one JourneyMen or DeltaChor boy

$1000 - Full tuition fee for one Ambassador

$2500 - Motor coach for 4-day regional tour

Tuition only covers about 30% of what it costs to participate in the Boychoir. And about 30% of our families request financial assistance each year. We rely on the generous support from donors like you. And truly any amount - large or small - helps!

The Cincinnati Boychoir is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

Boychoir Fund Information

Boychoir Games (Annual Fund)

 Boychoir Games is game-themed crowdfunding for the Cincinnati Boychoir. Our online donation platform makes it easy for our Boychoir families and supporters to customize a fundraising page, share with friends and ask for support.  

Contributions to the annual fund are used to cover general operating expenses for the Boychoir. Any amount helps - large or small!

Tuition and performance revenue account for approximately 30% of the Boychoir’s annual operating income; individual, corporate, and foundation contributions help to cover the rest. 

Randall Wolfe Scholarship Fund

The Randall Wolfe Scholarship Fund was founded upon the Cincinnati Boychoir’s 50th Anniversary in April, 2015, to honor the many years of service of the Boychoir’s longest-serving director. 

The fund is a cash account that accepts new donations on a rolling basis. Both interest and principal are spent as needed to cover the cost of tuition and touring for Boychoir boys in need. 

When funds are available, recipients are determined on an annual basis by a Scholarship Committee of the Board of Trustees.

Maxwell Scholarship Fund

The Maxwell fund is the first endowment established in support of the Boychoir.  Founded by a generous gift from Mrs. Jean Clipson and her husband Addison Clipson, Jr., the Maxwell Scholarship Fund is named for Mrs. Clipson's great-grandfather, Lawrence Maxwell, who was a president of the Cincinnati May Festival, and a lifelong supporter of vocal music in Cincinnati. 

Jean’s grandson, Robert Maxwell Pauly, is a Boychoir alumnus and her son Lawrence Pauly was a member of the Men’s Glee Club and is a current member of the Boychoir’s Board of Trustees.  This fund is endowed and restricted.