Thank you for considering a gift to the Dallas Symphony Foundation. Every gift—no matter the size—is appreciated. Contributions through wills and estates have a significant impact on building a strong, permanent endowment to secure a solid financial future for the Dallas Symphony. Consider endowing your annual support for the Orchestra in perpetuity with a gift of 20x your annual gift. The endowment currently recognizes nearly 100 named funds that support programs of special significance, such as the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fund for Young Strings—or you can direct your gift to music education, name a favorite chair in the Orchestra or support vital artistic initiatives.
A Gift That Never Ends
Donors set up endowments for many reasons: love of the Orchestra, a special connection to the music or the joy of spreading the love of music to the next generation.
Learn more about the long-term benefits of your gift!
Join Other Legacy Leaders
Named for the founder and ﬁrst conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Hans Kreissig
Legacy Society honors donors whose estate plans or wills include gifts designated for the long-term
beneﬁt of the Orchestra.
Learn more about the HKS Legacy Program!
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To get started, consider how you want to plan your gift.
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Or consider your options based on your giving amount or age:
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