The World Doctors Orchestra is generously supported by various sponsors who share the mission of global medical responsibility.
We invite you to support the World Doctors Orchestra and its commitment.

  • Assist local organizers with support for concerts expenses to maximize proceeds for local and international charity
  • Create sustaining fund to support WDO administrative costs
  • Support WDO member-led medical aid projects beyond donating the proceeds of our concerts
  • Support travel expenses for medical students and colleagues from less affluent backgrounds
  • Facilitate new activities such as children’s musical programs

Your benefit as supporter

In addition to a tax deduction based on the non-profit status both in Germany and in the USA, benefactors will receive multiple benefits including

  • Preferred concert and reception tickets
  • Newsletter information
  • Sponsorship recognition in the concert program and on website
  • Reach international groups of physicians and audience at each performance
  • Companies may consider WDO support as additional marketing or public relations opportunity

We sincerely appreciate your enthusiasm and substantial contribution. We would welcome any level of financial support from you towards our endowment fund or for unrestricted use and would be happy to explore the various ways to make such a commitment. Non-financial support is highly acknowledged, too.
Your efforts will greatly help in further developing the WDO as a leading “medical ambassador” in the world.


We are pleased to receive your donation on our bank account:

World Doctors Orchestra e.V.
Dt. Apotheker- und Ärztebank
Kantstraße 129, 10625 Berlin
Bank account Germany:
Bank Code/BLZ: 300 606 01
Account: 000 729 4786
IBAN: DE52 3006 0601 000 729 4786

You want do donate by credit card payment?
Please download this donation form and fax back to +49 30 450529 902.

Next Concert

August 17, 2019
Stude Concert Hall
Houston, USA

Aaron Copland
An Outdoor Overture

Sergei Rachmaninov
Piano Concerto No. 1

Johannes Brahms
Symphony No. 3

Stefan Willich, conductor
Mei Rui, piano

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