Do you love the performing arts? Do you want a legacy at Carolina? There are many ways to give to Carolina Performing Arts. The most common forms of giving are outright gifts of cash and securities, but there are other assets you can donate and many gift planning options that will increase your impact and offer significant tax advantages as well.
Whatever gift you wish to make, we can help.
To make a donation online, please visit the University’s online giving page. UNC accepts American Express, MasterCard, and VISA. Please note that while donations can be made using American Express, at this time, tickets can only be purchased with a VISA or MasterCard.
Make checks payable to “Carolina Performing Arts”. Mail your check to the attention of Rachel Ash at Carolina Performing Arts
134 East Franklin Street
Campus Box 3233
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3233.
We welcome gifts of securities (such as appreciated stocks) and property (such as real estate and equipment). These gifts may be particularly advantageous in terms of reducing tax obligations.
Many companies match their employees? gifts. Use our complimentary service to see if your company has a matching-gift program or contact your Human Resources Department.
If you wish to make a larger gift, you can fulfill your commitment over a longer period of time, typically three to five years, as part of a pledge to Carolina Performing Arts. Pledge payments can be structured in any way that is most comfortable to you.
Discover ways you can have a lasting impact on Carolina Performing Arts, often with significant tax advantages, while managing your investments, preparing for retirement, and providing for your loved ones. Life-income gifts provide exciting opportunities to increase the impact of your philanthropy. For more information, please see: Gift Planning .
Remembering Carolina Performing Arts in your estate plans is a remarkable testament to your commitment to the arts and to your belief in us. We are happy to provide this sample bequest language and look forward assisting you as you make your estate plans.
Please contact a member of our advancement team.