Leave a legacy of support for ZACH Theatre—an investment for future generations.
A planned or deferred gift is a meaningful way to leave a legacy of support to an organization that has played a “starring role” in your life. You don’t need to be wealthy to make a planned gift. With thoughtful planning, you have the opportunity to make a significant gift that will benefit the future of the ZACH Theatre—one of the ten original regional theatres in America—and support both your personal and philanthropic objectives.
Examples of these types of gifts are:
A planned gift is an investment in ZACH Theatre for the benefit of future generations. You have the option to designate your planned gift for a particular program or category of theatrical works that have special significance for you. A planned gift may also help you achieve certain personal financial goals, particularly with regard to tax planning and management. Once you have made a planned gift to ZACH, you will join ZACH’s Encore Legacy Circle for special recognition and benefits. If you prefer to keep your planned gift confidential, you may join the Encore Legacy Circle anonymously.
The most straightforward way of making a planned gift is through a bequest in your will or trust. This allows you to distribute your property in accordance with your wishes. Because ZACH is recognized as a tax-deductible 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, any bequest you make will be 100% deductible, thus reducing the size of your taxable estate for federal and state estate tax purposes.
You can make a gift to ZACH using the following simple language:
“I hereby give and bequeath to ZACH Theatre, a not-for-profit corporation in Austin, Texas (specific amount, percentage of estate, or specific property) for general purposes.”
If you have already included ZACH Theatre in your estate plan, please notify us so that we can recognize your generosity. For more information on this type of charitable giving and how it might benefit you, your loved ones, and ZACH Theatre, please contact Charlie Frasier, Chief Development Officer at 512-476-0594 x294, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.