The Rose Miniaci Fund for the Endowment

Rose Miniaci Contributes $1 Million
To Name The Maestro’s Chair

Rose MiniaciRose Miniaci After contributing $50,000 to establish the Symphony's endowment fund, and the Rose Miniaci Fund for the Endowment, Rose Miniaci has shared her generosity once again in matching Stephen Keller's Legacy Challenge, with a $1 million gift to the endowment. A portion of the gift was given for the purpose of expanding the Symphony's development and educational programming. "An adequate endowment is critical to producing financial stability, providing a reliable source of income for operations and enabling the Symphony to attain higher levels of artistic accomplishment and community service by supplying predictable and secure funding. An endowment reflects the degree of commitment an organization has from its community. I encourage all of you to make a commitment to join Stephen Keller and myself as members of the Stephen Keller Legacy Club, at whatever contribution level you are able, and have the satisfaction that you are endowing music for future generations."

 

 

The Rose Miniaci Fund for the Endowment

The Rose Miniaci Fund supports the Symphony's mission of presenting international guest artists and fosters relations with the Americas — increasing understanding through education and aspiring to the high ideal that the universal qualities of music provide experiences that have a lasting impact on our lives.

The Alfred and Rose Miniaci Foundation

Alfred Miniaci and Rose Broccoli married in 1944. With a great deal of hard work and dedication, the Miniaci's built the Paramount Companies, always sharing their good fortune with others. Their two sons, Dominick, a lawyer, and Albert, a businessman, have continued their parents' dream of assisting those less fortunate. The Alfred and Rose Miniaci Foundation, Inc. was organized in 1969 to provide assistance to individuals, medical and philanthropic institutions, museums for the preservation of our history, and charitable organizations in need. The Foundation contributes to a multitude of causes including non-profit cultural groups, hospitals, religious and educational organizations, and to scientific research. Each year the Foundation awards scholarships to assist deserving students reach their potential. As a result of his philanthropy, Alfred Miniaci was vested by the Vatican in the Roman Catholic Church's esteemed Knights of Malta and was also recognized as the Boys Town of Italy's first Man of the Year. Rose Miniaci has continued their shared dream with meaningful contributions to organizations too numerous to mention all of them, but including Nova Southeastern University, the Anne Storck Center, Boys and Girls Club, the Opera Society, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the United Jewish Appeal, City of Hope, Children's Home Society, The Cancer Fund, Alzheimer Foundation and St. Anthony's Foundation for Education The Symphony of the Americas is pleased to recognize Rose and the Alfred an d Rose Miniaci Foundation for the irvision and continued support o f the arts and education

 

Like. Friend. Follow.

Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Watch our videosFollow us on Google+

Contact Us

Symphony Of The Americas

Location 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Studio # 306
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33306
Email Us E-Mail: info@sota.org
Call Us

Main Office: 954-335-7002

Find Symphony of the Americas on CultureForce APP

Newsletter

Sign up for our newsletter and receive special updates & offers.
* Required
Constant Contact SafeSubscribe
 For Email Newsletters you can trust

Major Sponsors

Browrd Cultural Division

Wells Fargo Bank

culture owl