Consider a Planned Gift

The mission of Artpark & Company is to produce and present excellence in the performing and visual arts, and create unique cultural experiences in a casual, natural setting. Artistic talent is nurtured and allowed to flourish in an atmosphere that is entertaining, educational and interactive for Artpark visitors. This charge is important to so many of our volunteers, participants, donors and patrons.

We offer different ways in which you can support our mission so that you can help us to honor the past and ensure the strong programmatic future of Artpark & Company.


Planned Giving is a set of ways a donor can leave money and/or assets to a nonprofit at his/her death; or a way to invest money so that the donor receives benefits during his/her life and then bequests the remaining funds to the nonprofit.



A bequest can be set as a dollar amount, or a percentage of your estate designated to the charity (or charities) of your choice. If you have noted Artpark & Company as a beneficiary in your Will please contact Carrie Veltri, our Director of Development at 716-754-9000 x131 to let us know!








Charitable Gift Annuity

A contract between a donor and a charity, whereby the donor transfers cash or property to the charity in exchange for a partial tax deduction and a lifetime stream of annual income from the charity. When the donor dies, the charity keeps the gift.






Charitable Remainder Trust


A tax-advantaged philanthropic strategy which allows the donor to direct wealth in a way that reflects his/her charitable values and beliefs, while also providing the donor with a payment stream during his/her lifetime.                                             






Charitable Lead Trust

A trust designed to reduce beneficiaries' taxable income by first donating a portion of the trust's income to charities and then, after a specified period of time, transferring the remainder of the trust to the beneficiaries.






Retirement and Insurance Account

Artpark & Company can be listed as a beneficiary of your full or a percentage of your Retirement and/or your Insurance Policies and Accounts.

We encourage you to speak with your attorney and your financial planner to discuss these matters further.