Orchestra Victoria

Planned Giving

Your legacy to music is a gift for our future

Planned Giving

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By including Orchestra Victoria in your will, you are making a lasting impact on the future of orchestral music. It is the ultimate celebration of your love for music and is an incredibly generous way of continuing to support our community. The foresight and generosity of individual who contribute to our endowment fund provides substantial confidence to the Board and management and affords us the ability to plan with assurance for our future. Join us in securing the future of Orchestra Victoria and become a part of our lasting legacy.

Types of gifts you can leave in your will:

  • Pecuniary Gift
    Indicates a specific dollar amount.
  • Residual Gift
    The balance of your estate after personal commitments have been made.
  • Percentage of Estate
    A percentage of your estate or its residual value.
  • Other Gift
    A specific gift, such as real estate, financial assets such as shares, or other items of value.

All estate gifts are invested in our long-term endowment fund, and as this fund grows, each gift, no matter the size, makes a significant impact on our financial strength and stability.

By making this heartfelt decision, your story becomes a part of ours, and together we can continue to uplift and delight audiences for years to come.

Make music part of everyone's future

We invite you to contact our Philanthropy Coordinator, Nathaniel to start the conversation about passing on your love of music to future generations. Nathaniel is available at [email protected] or 0408 932 198.

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Planned Giving Supporters

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Planned Giving

The Late G C Bawden & L de Kievit
Lesley M Bawden
Cusack-Muller Bequest
Canny Quine Foundation
Ian Hocking and Rosemary Forbes
Anonymous (1)

Estates within the Orchestra Victoria Foundation

Mrs Neilma Baillieu Gantner
Mrs Barbara Bobbe
The Lesley, Bob & Edith Qualtrough Bequest
James Hollis Minson

Ways of giving