Give

Thank you for your interest in The Geneva Conservatory of Music. A gift to The Geneva Conservatory of Music is an investment in the music education of the younger generation. We count on your generosity to help further the Conservatory’s mission of excellence in music education and in providing scholarships to students in need. Your gifts are needed and much appreciated.

There are many ways to give:

  •  Mail your checks to the school office:

The Geneva School of Manhattan
123 West 57th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10019

Be sure to include a note to designate your contribution to The Geneva Conservatory of Music.

  • Donate appreciated stock
 

Donations of appreciated securities are recorded as a charitable gift at the appreciated amount. In most cases, the donor will receive a greater tax benefit than if the appreciated securities are sold and the cash is donated. Also, by donating appreciated securities you can avoid recording a capital gain in the security (assuming the investment has appreciated and that you have held the asset for more than one year). You should check with a tax professional before initiating any transfer of securities. If you would like to donate securities you can initiate the transfer through your broker and request that the securities be transferred to:

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Account Name: The Geneva School of Manhattan
Account Number: 14K-04507-18
DTC #: 0418

Please contact Sandy Young at 212.754.9988 ext.103 or via email if you are considering this kind of gift for The Geneva Conservatory of Music, so that we can discuss how you would like this gift to be utilized and send you a tax receipt in a timely manner.

  • Corporate matching funds

Many organizations offer corporate matching programs on charitable gifts made by their employees, thus encouraging philanthropic endeavors of their employees. In this way, corporate matching programs allow gifts to The Geneva Conservatory of Music to have double the impact. Be sure to check with your employer to see if your gifts to the School are eligible for corporate matching contributions.

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