Leave a Legacy
You can play an important role in your Symphony's future and leave a
lasting personal legacy by leaving a planned gift to the Toronto
Symphony Orchestra or to the Toronto Symphony Foundation.
What is a Planned Gift?
A planned gift is a means of contributing to a registered charity
such as the TSO, while gaining access to financial benefits for
yourself or for your estate. We suggest several ways to make a planned
gift, depending on your situation:
Where Does my Gift Go?
Planned gifts can be directed in two ways:
- The TSO Annual Fund for Operations
- The Toronto Symphony Foundation
Depending on the size of your gift, a variety of Naming
Opportunities are available as a way of personalizing your support
(i.e. the endowment of a Musician's Chair, or naming a music education
What are the Benefits of a Planned Gift?
Download the Planned Gift Confirmation Form
- You make a significant contribution to the cause that is most important to you during your lifetime and beyond
- The charitable tax credit can be maximized to reduce your final income taxes payable
- When you donate shares of Canadian cultural property, listed
appreciated securities, or when you receive an annuity you may receive
additional tax benefits during your lifetime.
(PDF file, 47KB)
For more information please contact Marion York, Director of Major Gifts at 416.593.7769 ext. 259 or email@example.com.
This information is provided for general information
purposes only and does not constitute legal or other professional
advice. Readers are advised to seek specific legal advice from their
own legal counsel before proceeding with a planned gift.
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