If your vision for the future of our City includes a rich and vibrant arts community, consider making a gift to The Arts Commission’s endowment fund or a planned gift. Your commitment to The Arts Commission and its programs assure the future that we desire for our city.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, on September 19, 2009, The Arts Commission President Elect, James Moore, signed paperwork to establish The Arts Commission Endowment Fund. The endowment fund is held with the Toledo Community Foundation.
The Edith Franklin Youth Arts Fund was established in December 2010. A sculptor with a long history of arts activism in our community, Edith contributed the proceeds from the sale of works from her personal archive to start the fund. The fund is held at the Toledo Community Foundation.
In June 2012, Pat McGlauchlin donated the proceeds from the sale of a selection of glass artworks by her late husband, Tom McGlauchlin, to establish the Tom & Pat McGlauchlin Youth Arts Fund. Held at the Toledo Community Foundation, the fund honors Tom's commitment to training artists of the future.
Donors may elect to make planned gifts to The Arts Commission. The Arts Commission accepts planned gifts in for the forms of bequest provisions in a will or revocable trust; life-income gifts that name The Arts Commission as a remainder beneficiary; charitable lead trusts that provide income to The Arts Commission for a donor’s lifetime or a term of years; gifts of real estate, including those with lifetime occupancy rights; gifts or assignment of qualified retirement plan assets; or gifts of life insurance.
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