Estate and planned gifts are an important source of funding for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s endowment. In fact, the bulk of the Orchestra’s funding comes from endowment income and Annual Fund contributions. Your planned gift can enable you to make a significant contribution to the Orchestra that may, at the same time, have income and tax benefits for you and your family. Regardless, an estate or planned gift to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will impact the organization, and the community, for generations to come.
If you believe, as Dorothy and Charles Lynn, that the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra enriches the quality of life in Indianapolis and Indiana, then a planned gift can become your ultimate commitment of support and enthusiastic love to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. In appreciation of your generosity and vision, you will become a member of The Lynn Society. With your permission, you will be acknowledged in ISO program books. Should you wish to remain anonymous, we will acknowledge your gift privately. There is no minimum gift to become a member of The Lynn Society; simply inform us that you have named the ISO as the beneficiary of a bequest in your will.
We will be happy to meet with you and your financial advisor to discuss your plans and your charitable goals.
For more information, contact:
Sally Meyer Chapman
Director of Development, Institutional Giving
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Lynn Society Members Rollie and Cheri Dick tell us why they give to the ISO through a planned gift:
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