Your support helps ensure that the NFA continues to provide the highest level of service to its membership. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to support the NFA’s operations and programs. Choose the level that’s right for you. You may also honor friends or loved ones and make a gift in their names.
The NFA Endowment assures the next generation of a strong, vibrant, creative organization, dedicated to bringing inspiration and enrichment to the flute world. You can choose among several funds.
General Operating Fund (Unrestricted)Endowment Funds
Contributions can also be mailed to:
The National Flute Association
70 E. Lake Street, #200
Chicago, IL 60601
Many companies support their employees and retirees in their personal philanthropy and fundraising efforts by matching individual contributions to their favorite nonprofits. When you make a contribution to the National Flute Association, please explore whether your company has a matching gift program.
Become a member of the Legacy Circle by remembering the NFA in your will. Click here for the NFA Bequest Intention Form.
Giving stock to the National Flute Association maximizes your contribution’s impact while providing you with tax benefits! Neither you nor the NFA will owe any capital gains tax on the donated stock, and you will be eligible to receive a federal income tax deduction for the full value of your stock. Please consult with your tax advisor to find out more about how these benefits apply to your particular situation.
To make a contribution of stock, contact Kelly Jocius, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and contact information, the name of your brokerage firm, and the name of the stock and the number of shares you are planning to donate. After notifying us of your impending gift, you will receive instructions for your broker to transfer your contribution to the NFA’s account.
Your contribution’s value will be calculated from the average selling price on the date your contribution is completed (the date it is transferred into the NFA’s account).