Planned & Estate Gifts


Gifts of Real Estate

Gifts of Real Estate

If you are thinking of selling land or a building, consider the tax advantages of making a charitable contribution of real estate.

 

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Charitable Lead Trusts

Charitable Lead Trusts

With a charitable lead trust, you pass assets to a trust that will make payments to the BSO for a term of years and then return the assets to your family at the end of the term. The lead trust is an exceptional way to transfer property to your children or other heirs at a minimal estate and gift tax cost.

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Gift Calculator

Gift Calculator

The Gift Calculator is an interactive tool, provided by PGCalc, that enables you to calculate your income and tax benefits you may receive from making a planned gift to the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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What is the Walter Piston Society?

What is the Walter Piston Society?

Established in 1987 and named for Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and noted musician Walter Piston, the Piston Society recognizes and honors those who have provided for the future of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, or Tanglewood through one of a variety of irrevocable deferred gifts, or by including the BSO in their long-term plans.

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Meet the Planned Giving Team

Meet the Planned Giving Team

The BSO's professional planned giving staff is happy to discuss your plans with you in confidence.

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Meet our Walter Piston Society Donors

Meet our Walter Piston Society Donors

Members of the Walter Piston Society are offered a variety of benefits, including invitations to events, lectures, and seminars in Boston and at Tanglewood. In addition, with a member's approval, Walter Piston Society members are recognized in program books and the BSOs annual report.

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For more information, please contact:

For more information, please contact:

Jill M. Ng, Director of Planned Giving and Senior Major Gifts Officer
Telephone: 617-638-9274
Email: jng@bso.org