There may be some things out of your control right now, but your estate plan isn’t one of them.
Spurred by COVID, or now having some free time to get documents in order,
many people are updating their existing wills or writing new ones.
How about you?
Including the Grand Junction Symphony Foundation in your estate plan helps fund the Symphony Orchestra each season, year after year.
Ensure the great music you love continues by leaving a gift to the Grand Junction Symphony Foundation (GJSF) in your estate plan. The GJSF financially supports the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra annually. During 2020, funding has been essential to the Orchestra’s ability to continue to present live and on-line performances.
To get going: contact an attorney, visit FreeWill.com, or call Kristin Lynch, Director of Development and Major Gifts, at the Community Foundation (WCCF), (970) 243-3767.
The Western Colorado Community Foundation (WCCF) is our endowment partner. WCCF provides Symphony Foundation donors specialized expertise and support about charitable giving options and long-term investment services for endowment funds.
Please make your wishes known this Symphony Season. You never know what life will bring.
To make a secure donation now using your credit card, click green “Help Build the Foundation” button on this page.
The Grand Junction Symphony Foundation, Inc., is a 501(c)3 corporation. All contributions are tax-deductible.
Grand Junction Symphony Foundation Board of Directors
Michael McCormick, President
William Brodak, Vice President
Milly Pacini, Secretary
Chris Unfug, Treasurer
Gregg Kampf, Counsel