Ayala High School Choir Boosters

Ways To Donate




Place checks only (no cash) in the lockbox located in the choir room.


Send checks (no cash) to Ayala Choir Boosters, PO Box 2285, Chino Hills, CA 91709.

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”

As with many co-curricular school activities such as sports teams, band, and cheerleading, there are costs associated with running the Ayala Choir Program. Some of these costs include purchasing sheet music, accompanist fees, festival and competition entry fees, transportation, feeding students during long performances, music rights purchases, etc. Students also receive a customized T-shirt to show spirit within our program. We encourage families to make voluntary donations in order to maintain the high level of excellence in this program.

We appreciate any contribution made to the program. The suggested donation amount is $500, and can be made via personal donations, fundraising, or a combination of the two. Donations and fundraisers are voluntary, and does not affect the student’s participation in the Concert Choirs.

The first donation installment toward your student’s fair share contribution can be made at the end of summer choir camp. There will be incentives for those who meet our fund raising goals. 

(A limited number of scholarships* may be available to those who feel that donating will cause financial hardship.)

In addition to local festivals, the Ayala Concert Choirs have a long-standing tradition of traveling on an annual Spring Tour, where the choirs have the opportunity to participate in a national competition with other choral groups. The destinations vary, and have included recent destinations to Seattle, Chicago, and San Francisco. The Spring Tour also gives students positive experiences they will carry with them throughout their lives. Tour is a separate cost from the regular activities in choir. Tour is not mandatory; however, each choir needs enough participation or else risk having their tour cancelled.