As we approach the end of 2021, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra would like to publicly acknowledge the incredible level of support we receive from our friends in the community. As a nonprofit symphony orchestra, it is not feasible to support our operations based on ticket sales alone. JCSO depends heavily on grants from local, state, and federal government, as well as gifts from businesses and friends like you, in order to balance our annual budget.
One of the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra’s most significant supporters is the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. Fulton County’s funding is critical component to the JCSO, as it supports our concerts, administrative, and operational costs all year long. Fulton County is also one of our longest-running supporters, having been with JCSO almost since our founding. JCSO is a 3-year, multi-year grant recipient and we are extremely grateful and honored to receive this competitive distinction among all the many deserving arts organizations in Fulton County.
Please join us in giving Commissioner Liz Hausmann and the entire Board of Fulton County Commissioners a huge round of applause in their faithful support of JCSO this year and in past years.