There are many ways to create a meaningful legacy to help ensure the future of KMFA Classical 89.5, such as including a bequest in your will or living trust that may also provide tax and financial benefits to you, depending on your circumstances and objectives.
Ways to Give
Wills, life insurance, and retirement accounts provide excellent vehicles for planned gifts, enabling you to make a larger impact than might otherwise be possible. Planned giving is accessible to almost anyone, regardless of their financial circumstances. By adding language to your will or by naming Classical 89.5 as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy or retirement plan, you can ensure that your funds are sustaining and shaping KMFA Classical 89.5 for future listeners.
Please consult your professional advisors for guidance on how planned giving programs may help you fulfill your philanthropic wishes. Your legal counsel will ensure you have the proper legal statement of how you wish your possessions to be distributed.
KMFA Classic Legacies Membership & Benefits
All KMFA members who document their intent to support the station through a planned gift become members of KMFA Classic Legacies. If you have already included KMFA Classical 89.5 in your estate plans, please let us know by contacting David Hammond, Director of Development, at 512-476-5632 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We would enjoy the opportunity to thank you and would like to make sure your intentions are carried out properly.
As a member of KMFA Classic Legacies, you will receive many exclusive benefits such as:
- Personal guided tour of KMFA and opportunity to meet station announcers
- Opportunity to record a personal testimonial of support to be used on air
- All of the benefits of the Masters' Circle
If you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gift to KMFA, please call David Hammond, Director of Development at 512-476-5632 x104.
KMFA Classical 89.5 is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization – Federal Tax ID 74-6076827 – and licensed to Capitol Broadcasting Association, Inc. as a public service, community funded station.