Planned Giving & Endowment

 

More than 35 million Americans sing in a choir. In fact, more people sing in a choir in this nation than participate in any other art form. Choral music is for all people, knowing no limits, ready to touch hearts and change lives. The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s Endowment was launched in March 2017 to permanently endow the Artistic Director position and our performances of the greatest choral-orchestral repertoire.

We are where we are and we are who we are because of people just like you. To learn more about providing for the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir for decades to come, whether through estate gifts or present-day contributions, contact Liam Bonner, Executive Director at 317-940-9059 or l.bonner@indychoir.org.

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PLANNED GIVING SOCIETY

The Planned Giving Society honors those who have included the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Endowment in their long-term estate plans through a bequest in a will, life-income gifts, or other deferred-giving arrangements.

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Dr. Janice L. Bilby
Timothy & Ann Carlson
MaryEllen & Peter M. Fellegy
Ann M. Gerritsen
Christian and June Gries
Diane Hall
R.P. Hogan III, M.D.
Drs. William H. & Katherine T. Landschulz
Andrew Lannerd
Karen E. Mangia
Rev. Lisa Marchal
Cynthia & Michael McConnell
Mary Jo & R. Wayne Moss
Carolyn & Blake Lee Neubauer
Michael Pettry & John Mainella
Micci Richardson
Judy Roudebush
Martha & Paul Schmidt
Michael & Sherrie Sells
Kent J. & Bonnie B. Shipley
Donald J. & Denise M. Smith
Dr. Eric Stark
Sherry Stark
Margaret Strodtbeck
Chad Walker & Chad King
Dr. Thomas Woo