Support the Britt Music & Arts Festivals with an endowment gift.
Endowment gifts can be made now or established through your will or estate plan.
They are structured so that the investment income, rather than the principal, is used to fund a designated purpose. To perpetuate the fund, the principal remains invested so your gift can continue.
Establishing an endowment is a meaningful way to memorialize a loved one. Family members and friends may also want to contribute funds to the endowment you establish.
Help Britt Music & Arts Festivals in perpetuity through a bequest to the Britt Music & Arts Festival.
With a charitable remainder trust, you can receive income each year for the rest of your life based on the assets in the trust that you create. After your death, the balance in the trust benefits your designated charities.
If you'd like to support Britt Music & Arts Festival while receiving regular payments during your retirement, a charitable gift annuity may be right for you.
You transfer cash or marketable securities to Britt Music & Arts Festival. We provide you with fixed payments for the rest of your life.
In addition, you receive:
You can benefit from the tax savings that result from supporting Britt Music & Arts Festival without losing the assets you've set aside for your family. Have it both ways with a charitable lead trust.
This is an excellent way to transfer property to family members (typically children or grandchildren) at minimal cost. This type of gift (also called a non-grantor or family lead trust) is especially appealing to Britt Music & Arts Festival supporters who are financially comfortable enough to forego investment income on certain assets.
If you'd like more information about Planned Giving, contact Donna Briggs at 541-690-3854, or email firstname.lastname@example.org