Help ensure the long-term future of the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra through planned giving!
The Alexandria Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the following individuals who have named the Symphony as a beneficiary of their estates:
- Anonymous (2)
- C. Maxine Baustian, deceased
- Frances Argyle Crump, deceased
- Margaret Hodges
- Ruth Kupperschlag, deceased
A bequest to the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra or the Concerto Foundation will go toward ensuring the long-term sustainability of the Symphony and its annual series of concerts and educational activities. Gifts can be a specific dollar amount, a specific piece of property, a percentage of an estate, all or part of a residual portion of an estate – just to name a few options. You can also name either the Symphony or the Foundation as a contingent beneficiary if someone named in your will is no longer living.
The following language may be used to create a bequest to the Symphony or Foundation in your will:
“I give, devise and bequeath to the [Alexandria Symphony Orchestra or Concerto Foundation] at 700 N Fairfax Street, suite 501, Alexandria, VA 22314 $________ (here insert the specific dollar amount; percentage of estate; percentage of the residual of your estate; or describe the property).”
It is strongly recommended that you seek out an attorney to provide assistance in your estate planning. The Symphony’s federal tax identification number is 54-0805937, and the Concerto Foundation’s is 30-0346156.
For more information, please contact ASO Executive Director George Hanson at 703-548-0885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you have not done so, please inform the Symphony if you have already named the organization as a beneficiary so the Symphony may properly honor your philanthropic foresight in providing for the organization’s future success.