The Omaha Conservatory of Music welcomes gifts through wills, life insurance plans, securities, trusts, real estate, and other non-cash vehicles. Our Board Chair, Dr. David Jasper, has named the Omaha Conservatory of Music in his estate plans and encourages others whose lives have been touched by the Omaha Conservatory to do the same.
“OCoM is a tremendous force for good in the lives of our students, in our city, and in our region. What better way to designate a portion of your estate?” — Dr. David Jasper
A variety of giving techniques and financial vehicles may be used depending on the method best for you. You may name Omaha Conservatory of Music as a beneficiary of your will, living trust, retirement plan, or insurance contract; contribute a residence; or give through one of the charitable trusts providing income to both you and Omaha Conservatory.
You may choose to be celebrated publicly or remain anonymous, as well as designate your gift to a specific program area or the area of greatest need as determined by OCoM. With your inclusion of OCoM in the vehicles outlined above, you can add your name to the forthcoming OCoM Legacy Society Honor Roll and become a founding member of the OCoM Legacy Society (founded 2015). For more information, please call us at (402) 932-4978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OCoM Legacy Society was founded to encourage special contributors, volunteers, and patrons to create their own legacies at the Omaha Conservatory of Music by making charitable gifts through their estate plans.