SUPPORT YOUR SYMPHONY
Our symphony is among thousands of large and small orchestras providing unique cultural value to their communities. We thank our patrons, sponsors and friends for continuing to support us in this honorable mission. It is through this support we remain inspired and excited to present our 34th season. While we continue to monitor and will follow the guidelines set forth by public health officials, we are working toward taking the stage again this fall! In the meantime, you can help the symphony by purchasing your season tickets early this year or making a gift that will help ensure we can enjoy many more marvelous concerts together!
Tax Deductible Donations
NEW! The CARES Act has created strong incentives for charitable giving in 2020. For example, with the standard deduction, you can take an additional $300 per taxpayer ($600 for a married couple) deduction for charitable gifts on your 2020 taxes. For those who plan to itemize, the deduction cap has been raised from 60% to 100%. Corporations can now deduct charitable donations up to 25% of taxable income, up from 10%. Learn more at 501c3.org.
Mailed donations can be sent to:
Post Office Box 154
Fairfield, CA 94533
Charitable Gifts through RMDs
If you have reached 70 1/2 and have an IRA or other investment on which you must take the RMD (Required Minimum Distribution) as required by the IRS, you have the option to take the total or a partial amount of your RMD and have it go directly to your favorite 501 (c) 3 nonprofit! This counts as your required tax payment and does not incur further payment by you. Contact your tax person for further information and remember that the Solano Symphony is a 501 (c) 3 and can be listed as the designated charity! Thank you!
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