SET THE STAGE FOR OUR FUTURE
Planned giving is a way to make a future gift through your financial and estate plans. NCTC relies on the support of our community to ensure its success and planned gifts are a significant component of that support.
By joining the Encore Society you will create a personally meaningful legacy that provides essential support for NCTC’s future. Your gift may also provide tax benefits for you or your loved ones, and will make certain that the enjoyment and enrichment you’ve experienced at NCTC is available for generations to come.
why we need your support
When you include NCTC in your estate plans you can ensure that that the LGBT and Allied communities continue to have a voice, a platform and an artistic home.
Your legacy gift will help NCTC to:
- Express the voices of the LGBT & Allied communities in the Bay Area and on tour throughout Northern and Central California
- Promote messages of acceptance, inclusion and understanding through our arts education and performance programs
- Provide year-round theatre education to low income students
- Continue our journey towards becoming the preeminent professional regional theatre producer of LGBT and Allied centered work.
ENCORE SOCIETY MEMBERS
We are honored to have the support of the following Encore Society members: Anonymous, Norman Abramson & David Beery, Roderick G. Baldwin, Robert H. Beadle, James L. Coran, Ed Decker & Robert Leone, Jonathan Domash & Stewart Kramer, Richard Galbraith, Dr. Allan P. Gold, Bill Gregory, Lowell Kimble & Mason Cartmell, Victoria Kirby, Ron & Alison Limoges, Gary L. Lomax, Dave Madsen & Richard Norris, Jeff Malloy, Gerard McCauley, David Meders, Deb Mosk, Andrew Nance, Kenneth Noyes & Alan Pardini, William Oman & Larry Crummer, Tom Pajak, Joe Ries, Victor Rodriguez, Andrew Smith & Brian Savard, Thaddeus Trela, Matt Vandeberg, Chris Yaros
Encore Society FAQs
NCTC Encore society contact
For more information about NCTC’s Encore Society, please contact Director of Individual Giving Nora Segura-Barpal at email@example.com or 415.694.6158.
I’ve included NCTC in my estate plans. How do I inform NCTC about my intentions?
Thank you for including NCTC in your estate plans! We are honored to have your support and ask that you complete our Confidential Charitable Intention Form and return by mail, e-mail or in person to:
New Conservatory Theatre Center
25 Van Ness Ave, LL
San Francisco, CA 94102
Please note that our Confidential Charitable Intention Form does not constitute a legally binding pledge or agreement, and therefore may be amended at any time.
I want to make NCTC a beneficiary of my estate.
Making a bequest is the most common way to provide for an estate gift to NCTC. A bequest to NCTC can be made for a specific amount, for a percentage of your estate, or even for a portion of what remains of your estate once your bequests to family and friends have been fulfilled. Click here to learn more about the types of bequests, and sample language that you might use.
Where will my money go and what will it support?
Your gift will be directed to our General Fund, where it will support NCTC’s most important needs such as artist & teacher salaries, student financial aid, and program advancement. Alternatively, you can restrict your gift to support a specific purpose or program.
What does it mean to be an Encore Society member?
Encore Society members are forward thinking individuals who have invested in NCTC’s future and long-term viability. NCTC’s Encore Society members thus ensure that our high quality productions and educational theatre experiences are enjoyed by youth, artists, and the Queer & Allied communities for many years to come. Additionally, our Encore Society members inspire and encourage others, by way of example, to make similar gifts.
NCTC recognizes the generosity of Encore Society members by offering the following benefits:
- Recognition in NCTC’s lobby and programmes
- Pride Party & Season Announcement invitations
- Two exclusive newsletters
- Season-wide access for you and a guest to NCTC’s Donor Lounge
The information provided is not intended as legal or financial advice. Please consult an attorney or financial advisor for all matters related to estate planning.