Personal Giving

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Support the Lake Forest Symphony in a number of ways. As you may know, ticket sales cover less than one third of our production costs, as is common for professional orchestras. Most of our revenue comes from individuals like you — people who love great classical music and want to ensure that it thrives in our community.

Donations of any amount are sincerely appreciated. Please consider joining or renewing your support so that our performances will continue to be a source of enjoyment for music lovers and will further our work in the community.

Lake Forest Symphony at the College of Lake County James Lumber Center 

Lake Forest Symphony at the College of Lake County James Lumber Center 

Annual Fund

Over the last 60 years, you and your fellow community members have generously supported the symphony.

Your support helps sustain the Symphony's education, community outreach and performance programs.

Netanel Driablate, Concermaster

Netanel Driablate, Concermaster

Sponsor a musician

Support the Lake Forest Symphony or honor a loved one by sponsoring a single concert or guest artist.  Signage acknowledging your sponsorship will be prominently displayed at the concert of your choice.  You will also have the opportunity to provide text that will appear in an insert to the program book on the evening of your sponsored performance(s).

Sponsor a Musician

Planned Giving

Planned Giving

the Ellen Reid Eastman Legacy Society

A planned gift to the Lake Forest Symphony instills a personal sense of satisfaction with the knowledge that you are helping to create a living legacy that will continue to ensure the Lake Forest Symphony’s future.

By remembering the Symphony through wills, trusts, life insurance, IRA’s and other planned giving vehicles, you have the opportunity to leave a definite mark and a legacy of high quality music and education for generations to come. Even people of modest means can make a significant impact through tax-advantaged estate and financial planning.

If you have already included Lake Forest Symphony in your estate plans, please let us know. We would appreciate the opportunity to thank you.

If you would like more information about planned giving, please contact (or have your family attorney contact):

Timothy Corpus, Executive Director