Compose Your Musical Legacy
With a 20 year history, the Colorado Symphony has always been sustained by the generosity of its patrons, many of whom choose to compose a musical legacy by including the Orchestra in their wills and estate plans. These foresighted individuals help provide the kind of endowment growth that ensures the sustainability of the Colorado Symphony well in to the future.
The Colorado Symphony recognizes individuals who have composed a musical legacy for the Orchestra through membership in the Horace Tureman Society. Each legacy commitment is highly personal, but some of the more common vehicles include:
A bequest provision in your will or revocable trust;
Life-income gifts that name the Colorado Symphony as a remainder beneficiary, which may include
a charitable remainder trust,
charitable gift annuities,
or a pooled income fund gift;
Charitable lead trusts that provide income to the Colorado Symphony for a donor’s lifetime or a defined term of years.
Gift or assignment of qualified retirement plan assets, which might include IRAs, 401(k) or 403(b) plans;
Gifts of life insurance.
Please allow the Colorado Symphony to recognize you a member of the Horace Tureman Society by informing us of your bequest or other planned gift. Your example will inspire others to compose their own musical legacy for the Symphony. We acknowledge and respect those who wish to remain anonymous, but we urge you to let us know of your plans on a confidential basis. Of course, if you have not yet included the Symphony in your plans and wish to explore the best options for you and your family, please contact Obe Ariss, Director of Development at 303.308.2474 who will be pleased to assist you on a confidential basis and without any obligation.