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If Ensemble Theatre has been an important part of your life, consider including it in your estate plan. You don’t have to be wealthy to make a meaningful gift that will support the theatre for generations to come. By planning now, you maintain control of your assets and may significantly reduce estate taxes for your loved ones.*
Planned gifts don’t impact your current lifestyle or your family’s security but do help ensure Ensemble Theatre’s long-term sustainability and its position as an artistic and economic anchor in Over-the-Rhine. These types of gifts can be made through your will or trust, retirement plan, gifts of stock, appreciated assets, real estate, or life insurance.
Planning your estate, including your charitable beneficiaries, takes careful consideration and we recommend consulting a professional advisor regarding legal and financial details. To ensure your gift is used as you envision, please contact our development department and share your philanthropic intentions with us.
*This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. Please consult your professional advisor(s).
It’s easier than you think!
- Planned gifts cost you nothing now.
- You can shape the future of the theatre you love for generations to come.
- You can change your beneficiaries at any time.
- You can leave a gift in honor or memory of someone special.
- You choose the amount; there is no minimum contribution required.
- Your gift can remain anonymous if you’d like.
If you have included Ensemble Theatre in your estate plan or would like more information on making a planned gift, please contact our Development Department at email@example.com (513) 421-3555.
For easy reference, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati’s tax ID number is 31-01220252.
Photo credits | Masthead, Kelly Mengelkoch & Jeremy Dubin in Fortune (Ryan Kurtz); The Producers, Ken Early in Red Velvet (Mikki Schaffner); About, The Whipping Man Set (Ryan Kurtz); Social Accountability, Gavin Lawrence in The Mountaintop (Ryan Kurtz).