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Donating to PAM: Planned Giving

Opportunities to help with PAM's Music Ministries

The Officers of the Executive Board of the Presbyterian Association of Musicians invite you to consider contributing to PAM's work and mission in one of the four areas listed below. All contributions are tax deductible as permitted by law.    (Click on one of the four areas below to learn more.)

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“For all things come from you, and of your own have we given you...”
1 Chronicles 29:14

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Planned Giving

There are many creative ways to make a gift to support the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. Planned giving allows you to leave a lasting legacy of support for PAM and its ministry.

Wills & Bequests

Even if you haven't written your own Last Will and Testament, you have a will. Unless you make provisions for how you want your estate distributed after your death, your state will make the decisions for you. As you remember your family and help secure their future, consider including PAM as a beneficiary of your estate. By doing this, you assure that an organization you supported in life is supported after your death.

Estate planning is the process of managing accumulated assets for the present and the future. It is a way to protect, preserve, and distribute your investments and other assets throughout your lifetime and upon your death. It can help you prepare for possible future needs, such as health problems, accidents, and unforeseen financial challenges. Estate planning may even reduce the tax consequences on your current assets and future estate taxes.

A bequest allows you to contribute to PAM into perpetuity. Your legacy gift allows PAM's work and ministry to continue for many generations to come.

Creative Gift Fund

You may establish a Creative Gift Fund at the Presbyterian Foundation with $2,500 or more using cash, securities, mutual fund share or other non-traditional assets.  The fund can be invested in one of four different investment portfolios or you can select a combination of portfolios.  You can make grant recommendations to support PAM and can give when you want or set up a grant to be distributed on a regular basis - perhaps monthly, quarterly, or annually.  The Creative Gift Fund also provides tax advantages for making a charitable gift.

Charitable Gift Annuity

In exchange for your gift to the Presbyterian Foundation, you will receive payments for life, with assets remaining at your death contributed to PAM. A portion of your gift may be made available immediately to support a mission or ministry of PAM.

Endowment Fund

An endowment fund is created through an irrevocable gift to the Presbyterian Foundation. The Foundation professionally holds and manages the fund and pays income from the fund to PAM in perpetuity. An endowment fund creates a lasting legacy of faith and generosity.

To learn more about planned giving and how it could be a beneficial aspect of your estate planning, please contact PAM's Executive Director, Bill McConnell, who would be glad to personally speak with you at 502-569-5759, or by email at william.mcconnell@pcusa.org, You may also contact the Presbyterian Foundation at 800-858-6127. The Foundation's website address is www.presbyterianfoundation.org. Your personal financial advisor could also assist in establishing a planned gift.

PAM is a non-profit organization, recognized as such by the IRS under section 501(C)(3) of the IRS code. Contributions to PAM are deductible to the full extent of the law. Please consult your tax advisor regarding specific questions regarding gift deductibility.