Pierre Monteux Society
The San Francisco Symphony Pierre Monteux Society is a distinguished group of patrons who, through their visionary philanthropy, have made a commitment to ensuring the Symphony’s future by remembering the Symphony in their estate plans.
Named after the legendary Pierre Monteux, society members have named to the Symphony as a beneficiary of a will, trust, qualified retirement plan, or insurance policy or established a life income plan such as a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust. Members are invited to the Society’s Annual Celebration and acknowledged in Symphony publications. Of course, you may also choose to remain anonymous.
If you are interested in leaving a legacy with the Symphony, the Gift Planning program can provide further information about the Pierre Monteux Society or ways to include the Symphony in your long-term financial and philanthropic plans.
These Society members have created legacies through their planned gifts.
Please contact Dan Coleman at 415-503-5445 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss these opportunities.
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