After your loved ones have been taken care of, you might wish to leave gifts to the causes that mean a lot to you.
If Chamber Choir Ireland has been a part of your life, and you would like music and the arts to be a part of your lasting legacy, we would be honoured to be one of your chosen charities.
Any legacy gift, regardless of size, will help us to bring the sheer joy of choral music to people across Ireland.
Find out more about leaving a legacy below, or contact Aoife at [email protected] or +353 (0)86 083 6380.
What will my legacy gift support?
Choral music has the power to take us through the full range of human emotion, create meaningful shared experiences, and sometimes even make it feel as though time has stopped.
If you have ever been moved by a Chamber Choir Ireland performance, you will know the kind of memorable experiences that your legacy gift will create for others.
We will ensure that your gift is used to give awe-inspiring performances, commission exciting new pieces of choral music, and provide educational and creative opportunities for young people and communities across Ireland.
Giving a gift in your will is a way to leave a positive impact, and to share your love of music with future generations.
There are different types of gifts you can leave in your will:
A Residuary Bequest is a gift from your remaining estate, after all other gifts and obligations are taken care of. A gift of even 1-2% could make a huge difference to a small organisation like Chamber Choir Ireland.
A Pecuniary Bequest allows you to decide on a specific sum of money that you would like to give.
A Specific Bequest is a non-monetary gift. This might be specific items, shares, or property.
How to leave a gift to a registered charity like Chamber Choir Ireland
The best way to guarantee that your will accurately reflects your wishes is to have it written by a solicitor with expertise in Wills and Probate.
If you already have a will and you would like to include a gift to Chamber Choir Ireland, there is no need to make a new one. Minor changes like this can easily be made by having your solicitor draw up a codicil.
Legacy gifts to charity are completely tax free in Ireland, and can help reduce the tax payable on your estate. Seek advice from your Solicitor or Financial Advisor regarding all tax implications when making a will.
If you do decide to remember us in your will, please get in touch to let us know—we would love to thank you personally.
What information does my Solicitor/Executor need to add a gift to my will?
Our Charity Name: Chamber Choir Ireland Ltd
Our Registered Charity Number: 20025557
Our Revenue CHY Number: 10095
Our Registered Offices are: Chamber Choir Ireland, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, Ireland
In Memoriam Giving
Giving in memory can be a fitting way to pay tribute to a recently lost family member or friend whose life was filled with music. If you would like to make a donation in memory of your loved one, we would love to hear from you.
To speak to us about leaving a legacy or making a donation, please contact Aoife at [email protected] or by phone on +353 (0)86 083 6380.