Special Gifts

Bequests, Wills and Beneficiary Designations

Be an instrument of change – leave a lasting legacy with the San Antonio Symphony’s Max Reiter Society. A charitable bequest through your will is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting future gift to the individuals and charities that mean the most to you.

Tribute & Memorial Gifts

Honor someone in recognition of a significant occasion or event or memorialize a loved one or friend with a Tribute Gift to the San Antonio Symphony.

Matching Gifts

Many businesses will match employee charitable giving in varying degrees. Please check the list below to see if your company offers this service, or contact your Human Resources Office. Thank you to our current Corporate Matching Gift partners!

Sponsor A Musician

Many of our dedicated patrons have a longstanding affinity for a certain San Antonio Symphony musician or instrument. For these individuals, the sponsorship of a musician is an extraordinary way to support the San Antonio Symphony in an intimate and personal way.

Donate Stock

Many people choose to contribute to the San Antonio Symphony’s Annual Fund by transferring securities instead of making a direct contribution of cash.

IRA Tax-Free Contribution

If you are age 70 ½ or older and own an IRA, you may make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) directly to the San Antonio Symphony. An IRA participant can now give a maximum of $100,000 in any tax year and may satisfy Required Minimum Distributions for the tax year in which they are taken.

Donate Online Now

For more information, please contact:

Jenna Jernigan
Director of Patron Development & Engagement
O: (210) 554-1051
E: jerniganj@sasymphony.org

Laura Salfen
Annual Fund Manager
O: (210) 554-1062
E: salfenl@sasymphony.org

Donations may also be made by check, made out to San Antonio Symphony, and mailed to:

San Antonio Symphony
Attn: Development Department
P.O. Box 658
San Antonio, TX 78293

Tax ID information:

Symphony Society of San Antonio
Tax ID #74-1185669

Symphony Society of San Antonio, dba San Antonio Symphony, is a 501c3 organization as determined by the federal government and all gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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