The new CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, designed to help you, businesses and non-profit organizations facing economic hardship during the coronavirus pandemic, was passed by Congress and signed into law on March 27, 2020.
You may be surprised by the many easy ways you can support your Charlottesville Symphony. Your tax-deductible contribution, no matter the size, helps sustain the orchestra’s wonderful performances and vital K-12 education programs.
The Charlottesville Symphony Society
P.O. Box 4206
Charlottesville, Virginia 22905
The Charlottesville Symphony Society’s Federal Tax ID number is 54-1800245. Our physical address is 801 West Main Street, Suite 201, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
The donor benefits of the Annual Fund program are designed to bring you closer to the Orchestra. Donors have special opportunities to meet the Charlottesville Symphony’s musicians, attend open rehearsals and enjoy behind-the-scenes events. Gifts up to $1,499 are fully tax-deductible. Gifts of $1,500 or more are assigned a non-deductible amount corresponding to the fair market value of benefits received. Donors who wish to decline benefits and claim a full tax deduction may call the Symphony office at (434) 924-3139.
An investment in the Charlottesville Symphony Society is good business for your business. A thriving cultural community makes Charlottesville attractive to your employees, new recruits and clients. Help ensure that Charlottesville is a good place to live and work by forging a partnership with the Symphony Society.
The Charlottesville Symphony Society can also customize sponsorship opportunities with valuable public exposure for education programs, community engagement activities, donor recognition events and printed materials. For more information, please call (434) 924-3139.
Plan for your future and ours – leave a lasting legacy of great music!
When you make a gift through your estate, either now or at the end of your life, you help secure the Symphony’s future. Planned gifts provide benefits to the orchestra, but may also aid you in achieving your own financial and philanthropic goals. Legacy donors have further discovered that gift planning can allow them to make much larger gifts than they had thought possible!
There are many ways to create a legacy gift, including:
The Encore Society recognizes and thanks those forward thinking donors who have remembered the Charlottesville Symphony Society with a planned gift and notified it of this intention. Encore Society members are listed in concert playbills and invited to special events.
The Charlottesville Symphony Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Its mission is to provide financial, marketing and administrative support to the Charlottesville Symphony at the University of Virginia. Its federal tax identification number is 54-1800245. The mailing address for planned gift notification is P.O. Box 4206, Charlottesville, Virginia 22905, and the physical address is 801 West Main Street, Suite 201, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903.
The Society does not provide legal or tax advice. We encourage you to contact your attorney or financial advisor to help you understand the impact of any intended gift on your estate planning.
Please let us know if we are unaware of your eligibility for membership in the Encore Society. Requests for anonymity will be honored.
What is a donor advised fund?
A donor advised fund is a type of giving program that allows you to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to easily support The Charlottesville Symphony Society. An increasingly popular charitable vehicle, donor advised funds are an excellent way to both simplify your charitable giving and facilitate your strategic philanthropic goals.
Recommend a gift to The Charlottesville Symphony Society now through your donor advised fund using DAF Direct.