Donate to support the vocal arts
in performance and education.
All this is
made possible through the volunteer efforts of our board members, advisors and
other friends and through the generous financial support of our contributors.
The VAS board is mindful, however, that we cannot simply
be satisfied with the successes of today. At some point, we will need more
infrastructure support in order to sustain and expand our contributions to
the art of vocal music. Accordingly, we must look towards creating the organizational
and financial underpinnings that will ensure continuity into the future. Toward
that end, the Vocal Arts Society is exploring ways to increase our permanent
The Vocal Arts Heritage Society. One important contribution
to this goal that you, our subscribers, can make is to remember the Vocal
Arts Society generously when you make or revise your estate plans. We are
pleased to announce the inauguration of the Vocal Arts Heritage Society for
those who have made provision for the Vocal Arts Society in their wills, living
trusts or other estate planning vehicles. Members of the Vocal Arts Heritage
Society will be given special recognition in our listings of supporters. To
be recognized as a member of the Vocal Arts Heritage Society, all you need
to do is to let us know that you have remembered VAS in your estate plan.
You can return the form attached below, or telephone or e-mail us. Because
in many cases charitable giving may have only a minor impact on after-tax
distributions to your other heirs, we encourage you to consult your tax or
Vocal Arts Society, P. O. Box 32233, Washington, D.C. 20007, (202) 365-9064,
is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the
We welcome your comments and contributions.