What is Planned Giving
You save on income taxes as you help the Arts & Learning Conservatory
Why Create a Planned Gift
Planned gifts ensure that you help provide a lasting legacy in the much needed effort to boost education for the arts
Philanthropy powers the mission which underscores all we do and every chance we have to change a child's life. As we produce new shows, classes and activities, your philanthropic investment will accelerate our impact.
Leave a Legacy
Creating a planned gift is a great way to make sure that you will continue to make an impact to Arts & Learning Conservatory after you have passed.
Enjoy Tax Deductions
You will receive income tax deductions. Some of these income tax deductions are very significant.
Help the World Grow & Learn
You will make it possible for us to help us help children grow and learn. Your contributions will help us provide the space, tools and education for children of Orange County to reach their highest potential. By increasing children's chances for scholarships and college opportunities, The Arts and Learning Conservatory is a fantastic way to effect the future.
Did You Know Some Gifts Actually Pay You Income
Little Known Facts about Planned Giving
• Most gifts will cost you nothing now.
• You can make loved ones and Arts & Learning Conservatory your beneficiaries.
• There is no minimum gift required (we appreciate every gift).
• Notifying us of your gift in no way obligates you and you may change beneficiaries any time.
• You may choose to remain anonymous.
Ways to Give
Here are some easy ways to create your legacy.
Gifts That Cost You Nothing Now
You may be surprised to learn that there are a variety of ways to leave a lasting legacy without giving up anything now. There is no need to write out a check now, as you retain complete control of your assets for as long as you may need.
Bequests are a time-honored method of ensuring that your annual support of Arts & Learning Conservatory continues for generations to come.
Leave the majority of funds to your loved ones, and name Arts & Learning Conservatory as the beneficiary of a specific amount or percentage of your estate.
Leave Arts & Learning Conservatory what is left after loved ones are provided for, by using a residuary bequest. Arts & Learning Conservatory will be “second in line” after all costs and bequests to others have been satisfied.
Leave your Estate to Family and friends, unless you outlive one of your beneficiaries, consider a contingent bequest. This is often used by husbands and wives who stipulate that if the other spouse is not living, then the bequest specified for that spouse will go to Arts & Learning Conservatory.
The content on this site is general in nature and intended to be used for informational purposes only.
It should not be relied upon as legal, tax, accounting or other professional advice. To determine how a gift or estate planning decision might affect your particular circumstances, we recommend consulting with an attorney, financial advisor or other qualified professional.