Planned Giving — A Powerful Way to Give

Fellowship for Performing Arts has partnered with the Barnabas Foundation to offer smart and powerful ways to increase your impact – often while benefiting your family, too. A planned gift can include:

  • Giving Real Estate or Other Assets
  • Gifts From Your IRA
  • Gifts in a Will
  • Gifts That Pay You Income

Smarter Ways to Give

Planned gifts offer smart and creative ways to support Fellowship for Performing Arts – often while benefiting your family, too.

By understanding the available options, you can multiply the results of your generosity in simple, flexible, cost-effective and powerful ways.

You may be able to increase your potential impact – and reduce your taxes – by giving non-cash assets.
Examples of non-cash assets:

  • Real Estate
  • Business Interests
  • Farm Commodities
  • Tangible Personal Property

Individuals ages 70½ and older can make a sizable gift from an individual retirement account (IRA) to FPA and receive significant tax benefits in return.

By including charitable giving in your will, you model to your loved ones a legacy of generosity. You also help ensure FPA continues to pursue its mission and make a difference well beyond your lifetime.

Lifetime income gifts are wonderful solutions for Christians who wish to give in a substantial way but are concerned about having enough retirement income. You can give cash or other property and receive steady income for the rest of your life. The remainder will help FPA create theatre and film from a Christian worldview.

Learn More

Discover more about how you can multiply the impact of your generosity in smart and powerful ways.

Contact FPA’s Donor Relations Manager,
Amy Van Valkenburg, at
[email protected]
or 212-582-2920 x 107.

Florida Registration Number: CH37403
A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll-free within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.