Show Your Support for the Hall
Without Parting With Assets Today
Many people have been inspired to support the causes and organizations they are most passionate about this year. But parting with assets right now may not be an option for everyone. Discover two ways you can make a difference at Carnegie Hall, no matter your financial status.
Make an Impact
- Get involved. There are many ways to get involved with the Hall, supporting our work while also spreading our message. For some, volunteering is a great option. But if volunteering is not possible or just not for you, consider sharing our stories or posts on social media. Talk with loved ones about why the Hall is important to you. You may inspire others to support our mission in the future.
- Make a future gift. Believe it or not, there are many ways you can make a gift to Carnegie Hall without giving up assets you may need today. One popular option is to include a gift to support the Hall in your will or living trust. You’ll extend your support for our work while still having what you and your family need today.
Partner With Us
To learn about other ways you can support Carnegie Hall, by getting involved or through a future gift, contact Susan J. Brady at email@example.com or 212-903-9624. We look forward to hearing from you!
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