It is the generosity of the community that makes the music possible. There are many ways to support the Handel and Haydn Society.
To make a gift by check, please mail your donation to:
The Handel and Haydn Society
9 Harcourt Street
Boston, MA 02116
To make a gift of stock, details are as follows.
RBC Wealth Management processes stock contributions as our broker.
DTC # 0235
Account Title: Handel and Haydn Society
Account Number: 300-81084
Attn: Sandy Leith
Phone: 617 725 2288
If your stock is held by your broker, it may simply be transferred by your broker to RBC Wealth Management electronically. In order for us to be able to identify you as the donor, you must instruct your broker to specify your name in the transfer.
For actual stock certificates in your name(s), you may request stock powers from RBC Wealth Management. Send the stock certificates, unsigned, to RBC at the above address via certified mail or overnight delivery. Be sure to send the stock power forms separate from the certificates also via certified mail or overnight delivery.
Handel and Haydn’s FEIN # is 04-2126598
A donor advised fund is a type of giving program that provides tax benefits and the flexibility to support your favorite charities easily. An increasingly popular charitable vehicle, donor advised funds are an excellent way to simplify your charitable giving and facilitate your philanthropic goals.
Give through your donor advised fund to maximize your impact in bringing transformative music to audiences of all ages —your fund sponsor handles all record-keeping, disbursements, and tax receipts. For more information about setting up a donor advised fund, or giving to the Handel and Haydn Society through your existing donor advised fund, please contact your financial advisor.
To give easily through your Fidelity Charitable, Schwab Charitable, or BNY Mellon DAF, please use the button below.
Are you looking for a tax-effective way to make a gift to the Handel and Haydn Society? A charitable gift rollover from your Individual retirement account (IRA) may be a good option. If you are at least 70 ½ years old, IRS regulations mandate that you take a required minimum distribution (RMD) from your tax-deferred IRA each year. These RMD payments count as taxable income, and can have implications on your tax liability and eligibility for certain tax credits and deductions.
The IRA Charitable Rollover Act permits people age 70 1/2 or older to make tax-free gifts of up to $100,000 directly from their IRAs to nonprofit organizations like H+H. Such gifts have three important benefits – they support H+H’s mission; they reduce your taxable income; and they count as part of your RMD from your IRA.
If you are interested in making a gift to the Handel and Haydn Society from your IRA, please contact: Brook Holladay at [email protected] or 617.262.1815