Rochester, New York
Perpetually helping others...
If you know of a person or organization that is trying to make a difference in the community and also in need of printed products, please send us an e-mail. We like to hear positive stories that can be made even better when more people join in the group's cause.
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We donate printed marketing materials to positive organizations in need.
Welcome to the Henderberg Foundation where our goal is to assist grass-roots charitable groups by properly marketing themselves through quality printing. We help clients to develop commercially acceptable artwork and then manage the print buying experience for them. Most requests are delivered to them at litle or no cost. Don't worry, it's just printing that we help you with, not brain surgery... so it's easy! We're proud of the products that we donate and we are confident that your group will be better represented once your marketing materials improve.
This month we are featuring the Rochester Lyric Opera Theater
The Rochester Lyric Opera started very informally in 2005 with an opera based party for local afficianados which was such a success that it quickly evolved into its own opera company. Fast forward seven years and the group had become a solid local presence in the Rochester music world playing sizable venues including their first self-organized opera festival Part of their mission from the beginning was to offer talented regional vocalists the opportunity to perform with world-class professionals and hone their craft.
The list of opportunities has grown and now includes master classes for children's ensembles, high school and adult vocal competitions, and a summer high school opera and musical theater camp in partnership with Nazareth College's Dept of Music. Also in 2012, they joined forces with Rochester Vocal Arts Collaborative and ultimately became the Rochester Lyric Opera (RLO); expanding its mission still further and rooting itself with a new name in its hometown, a city with a rich and remarkable legacy of music performance and education.
In 2015, Managing Director Susan Delly Controneo and her team purchased the former church with 1000 seat auditorim locatde at 440 East Avenue in Rochester with an exciting oal of having a formal home for the RLO. If you have not been or seen the venue, you are misisng out. Click (here) to get a glimpse of this magnificent mini Eastman Theater!
So we are pleased to start this new partnership where we can help the RLO help other young singers grow and help keep the arts alive and well in our community. Please visit the RLO website and take in one of th emany oper (and other) events that they have coming up. And notice the huge banner we provided in the photo above!
To see other printed products we have donated, visit our Projects page.