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Legacy Giving

Leaving a gift in your Will to Irish Chamber Orchestra is simple. And if it’s something you’re considering — thank you.

A bequest of any size, great or small is of value to us. Your generosity can help ensure that future generations will be enriched by the work of the orchestra.

Any gift, large or small, will help sustain the ICO and support us as we share the wonder of music with as wide an audience as possible.

  • Develop Core Artistic Programme
  • Develop Community Engagement Programmes
  • Provide Education or Performance Scholarships
  • Commission New Repertoire
  • Endow an Orchestra Chair
  • Purchase an Instrument

In order to include the ICO in your will you will need to contact your solicitor. There are different ways of leaving money to a charity:

  • A Pecuniary Bequest: This is a gift of a specific sum of money.
  • A Legacy: This is a gift of a specific item.
  • A Residuary Bequest: This is a gift of part or all that remains in estate once the executors have discharged all of their other obligations under the terms of will.
  • Codicil: This is a new clause inserted into a will that has already been made. It may be witnessed and signed in the same way as the original will.
  • In Memoriam Giving: For some the option to give in memory is a fitting way to pay tribute to a recently lost member of family or friend.

Get in touch

Get in touch

For a confidential conversation about making a bequest or an honorary gift, please contact Joanne Tierney, Development Manager at Joanne.Tierney@ul.ie

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