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Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville's Mission is to work to advance the appreciation of arts and culture by increasing community awareness of cultural activities and issues; providing arts education programs; and offering funding and technical assistance to organizations and artists


Jacksonville, the largest city in area in the continental United States, is a rapidly growing metropolitan city in Northeast Florida, with approximately 850,000 residents.


As Florida’s state arts agency, the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs is proud to lead the Culture Builds Florida campaign. The Division promotes arts and culture as essential to quality of life for all Floridians. Arts and culture contribute to a vibrant and creative Florida. These diverse resources include arts in education, local arts agency, state service organization, theater, dance, folks arts, literature, media arts, museum, multidisciplinary, music, sponsor/presenter, and visual arts programs and projects.


A long-time northeast Florida source of information and current news. Founded in 1865, the Florida Times-Union has provided support for the surrounding communities as well as supplying news in both print and web. The Florida Times-Union offers a myriad of products to local and national retailers to help them to grow their businesses.


The Community Foundation of Northeast Florida was founded in 1964 and is the oldest community foundation in the State of Florida. It has assets of $102 million held in more than 280 different funds. Through our "Giving Expertise" and deep understanding of the community, we provide a bridge that connects donors and their philanthropic interests with community enterprises and resources that can benefit from philanthropic support.


  • Digital Benefit Advisors
  • Delores Barr Weaver Endowed Grant
  • The Cummer Family Foundation
  • Winn Dixie
  • Henry and Lucy Gooding Endowment
  • William and Tionna Hachett
  • McDonald's
  • Chartrand Foundation
  • Florida Blue Foundation
  • The Players
  • Comcast
  • Ackerman Concert Center
  • FIS
  • Stein Mart
  • Publix Super Markets Charities
  • Jacksonville University
  • Mac Papers
  • W.W. Gay
  • Best Bet
  • The Gooding-Bell Endowment
  • Fanny Landwirth Foundation
  • The DuBow Family Foundation
  • Akerman
  • AVL Productions
  • Enterprise Videos

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The Jacksonville Children’s Chorus is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation. Florida solicitation number CH12318. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORESEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

“It is gratifying the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus program covers so much of what is not available to children in the Duval Public Schools. The children who have an opportunity to participate in your Chorus are very fortunate to have this outstanding musical training available to them. The entire community benefits from your talent and that of the children.”

Dr. Frances B. Kinne, Chancellor Emeritus and Past President, Jacksonville University

“Being a part of the JCC has not only allowed Christian to experience the fun, excitement and pleasure of singing with friends, it has also helped him to develop a sense of confidence that comes from life skills of hard work and perseverance.”

Elaine Bourne, JCC Parent

“Music plays a major role in the full development of a child. Not only does it enrich lives, it also serves as a pathway for students to express themselves and explore new ways to communicate with others. For 20 years, kudos to the JCC for molding the lives of young artists, and I look forward to the next 20 years.”

Tim Cost, President, Jacksonville University

“JCC truly embodies some of the best qualities of team sports: camaraderie, discipline, patience, persistence, and positive mentoring.”

Wali Gomes, JCC Parent

“Through music and your leadership, these children learn to perform in different languages while experiencing the diversity of an array of world cultures. The understanding they gain will serve them well as they enter adulthood.”

R. Randall Onstead, former President/CEO of Winn-Dixie