Send a Check
MacPhail is grateful for gifts by mail. Please make your check out to MacPhail Center for Music and send it to our development office at 501 South Second Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401.
MacPhail accepts tax-deductible donations of tangible property including but not limited to musical instruments, works of art, classroom furniture and items for resale. MacPhail is required to assess each item prior to acceptance. We are happy to talk with you about an item you are considering for donation.
Give through United Way
Donors who participate in employee contribution programs through the United Way may direct a personal contribution to MacPhail Center for Music. To direct your United Way contribution to MacPhail, please designate MacPhail Center for Music at the time you make your United Way pledge, specify the dollar amount you wish to give and include MacPhail’s address: 501 South Second Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401. For further information please visit the United Way’s website.
Make a Gift of Stock
Stock gifts allow you to take advantage of tax savings, and are an easy and convenient way to support MacPhail Center for Music. Stock gifts are tax deductible to the full extent provided by law. We are happy to provide further information about making gifts of appreciated stock.
Does your employer match charitable donations? Twin Cities companies of all sizes are willing to match an employee’s donation to a non-profit organization like MacPhail with a corporate donation of the same amount. You give $100, and your employer gives another $100—it’s that simple. Better still, MacPhail not only thanks your employer, but also acknowledges you as a $200 donor. Your own generosity doubles!
Please request a matching gift form from your employer’s Human Resources Department, complete and sign your portion, and send it with your gift to MacPhail Center for Music, Advancement Department, 501 South Second Street, Minneapolis MN 55401. We’ll take care of the rest!
IRA Charitable Rollover
IRA Charitable Rollover legislation is back! On Dec. 18, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015. The new law made the IRA Charitable Rollover retroactive to January 1, 2015, and will remain in effect for 2016 and beyond. The IRA Charitable Rollover enables you to make income tax-free transfers of up to $100,000 from your IRA if: