The Bellevue High Band Boosters is a non-profit organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). The Boosters’ fundraising efforts support the entire band program, providing newinstruments, guest clinicians, and other outstanding educational experiences that would otherwise not be possible.
Your donation may be tax deductible. For your benefit and as required by law, we state that the Bellevue High Band Boosters did not provide any goods or services in consideration, in whole or in part, for this contribution. Boosters’ fundraising efforts support the entire band program, providing new instruments, guest clinicians, and other outstanding educational experiences that would not otherwise be possible. Besides the Jazz festival, we sell seat cushions and we have a holiday greenery sale with proceeds either going to the Boosters or to individual students if it is a year in which the band is taking a trip.
The Band Boosters support the program and our Nationally-Accredited teacher, Edd George, in many ways:
We also rely on individuals, family members and alumni who help us by making donations of any amount they choose. Following is a list of equipment purchases that the Boosters have made and also items on our list that we’d like to fund:
If you've been considering one of the brand-new "Music Matters" specialty license plates, you now can help the band, choir and orchestra programs at Bellevue High School with your purchase. The music programs will receive $16.80 annually for each license that designates the Bellevue High music programs as the recipient; the programs' directors will jointly decide what to purchase with the funds. To purchase a specialty license, follow the instructions on the Washington State Department of Licensing Music Matters plates site. When you receive the vehicle registration, make a copy. On the copy write "Bellevue High School, Bellevue," your e-mail address and send to the Washington Music Educators Association (which administers funds received from the state) at 19707 64th Ave W, Suite 101, Lynnwood WA 98036. Answers to questions about the plates can be found on the Music Matters site.
If you would like to help fund the “wish list”, you can donate any amount that works for you. You can use the “DONATE” button on the web-site and use your credit card through PayPal.