Be a benefactor at any time and in any amount by mailing a check payable to Community Players of Streator, Inc. to P.O. Box 883, Streator IL 61364. Your tax deductible contribution helps keep our ticket costs down while maintaining our facility and the high quality of our productions.
Charity is not limited to your lifetime. Most of us have given time, talent or money to worthwhile organizations, but probably few of us have given thought to making a gift that will continue to work wonders long after we are gone.
By leaving a gift to a non-profit organization such as Community Players of Streator in your will or estate plan, you ensure that your assets will continue to help others long after you are not here. And because of the tax benefits of making charitable contributions in your will, it can also benefit the family and friends who inherit your estate. Non-profit organizations like Community Players of Streator need strong, financial support to continue providing an outlet for artistic endeavors in the Streatorland area. It is a constant struggle to keep an arts organization alive in these days of reduced arts funding.
If you have not specified your wishes in a will, the state will decide for you. Also, a significant portion may be collected by the government in the form of estate taxes. Charitable bequests support nonprofit programs and can reduce your estate tax liability, thus benefiting your heirs.
You don't have to be wealthy to have an estate or donate to charities. An estate is simply any property, money or personal belongings you may have at the time of your death. Anyone can arrange to leave a charitable gift from their estate, regardless of its size.
There are many ways to leave a gift, but the most common is through a will. You can set aside a certain dollar amount or a percentage of your estate. Some people may choose to leave a life insurance policy or investments. Please contact us if you would like additional information. We can provide our legal name and tax ID number to include in your will or estate plan document.
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