LEGACY GIVING

Everyday people can make impactful, meaningful gifts, to secure the ASO's future and continue making beautiful music!  There are many different ways to meet your personal financial goals while also leaving a meaningful legacy for future generations. 

As a Legacy member, you will receive a personalized letter, as well as special recognition in the current season concert programs and on the ASO Website.

Ways to Give

 

Will and Trust Bequests
Gift Annuities
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Charitable Lead Trusts
Beneficiary Designations
Investments and Property
Retained Life Estate

Please note:  The purpose of this page is to provide general gift, estate and financial planning information.  It is not intended as legal, accounting, or other professional advice. Consult your attorney or legal advisor if your plans require revision of a will or other legal document. 

Request information about how to become an ASO Legacy member and be featured in the ASO concert programs on behalf of your family and/or in remembrance of your loved one.

2018-2019 Legacies

The Alton Symphony Orchestra appreciates Legacy Donations that both support and secure our music organization's future success.  Your legacy gives life to our local, live orchestral music for future generations, and for that we are thankful.

Legacy Members

Claude and Marguerite Davis

A legacy to her love of music:  Eugenia Keller

Address

Alton Symphony Orchestra

PO Box 1205

Alton, IL 62002

Email

altonsymphony@gmail.com

Portions of this season's programming are funded by generous gifts from the Alton Foundation, the Jacoby Foundation, Alton Community Service League, and a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

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