Play a part in our future
Throughout our history, legacies and bequests have played a vital part in the success of Liverpool Philharmonic.
A legacy gift makes a lasting and meaningful contribution so that future generations can share in your love of music.
Support of great music and music-making will always be the ultimate outcome of your legacy gift. However the gift you bestow can be specifically tailored to an aspect of our work with which you have a particular affinity, whether that’s nurturing world-class musicians, singers and conductors or advancing music education.
If you are planning to leave a legacy, or have already kindly remembered Liverpool Philharmonic in your Will, we would be delighted to hear from you. We would welcome the opportunity to thank you personally and outline the lasting impact that a legacy gift can provide.
We understand that writing a Will can be a very personal and private matter. We treat every enquiry and pledge with the strictest of confidence.
We hope that making arrangements to leave a legacy to Liverpool Philharmonic will give you the satisfaction of playing your part in the significant and wide-ranging role it plays in the city's - and the country's - musical and cultural life. We'd be delighted to demonstrate to you in person just how important such future support might be.
We honour supporters who have pledged a legacy at an annual Legacy Concert; a celebration of music and life, at which we pay particular tribute to those who have left a legacy in the previous year.
Legacies can be made by way of a gift of cash, shares or property. Liverpool Philharmonic Society is a registered charity (no. 230538). Gifts to Liverpool Philharmonic are therefore exempt from Inheritance and Capital Gains tax. A gift from you can reduce the amount of any tax payable out of your estate. These benefits vary and your financial advisor is best placed to advise you.
If you would like to know more about supporting Liverpool Philharmonic, please contact Charlie Taylor or Gemma Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 210 2921 for more information.