Every member of Bath Mozartfest Society makes an important contribution to the long term success of the Festival. Your support is critical because Bath Mozartfest does not receive any public funding. There are five suggested membership levels and all include priority booking. Membership is annual and valid for one Festival only. To become a member please download and complete the form here, or alternatively donate online using Paypal. Just click on the relevant button below.
Suggested donation £100+ per person per annum. We would be delighted to extend the following:
Suggested donation £295+ per person per annum. In addition to all the benefits of Friends’ membership we may also extend the following:
Suggested donation £500+ per person per annum. In addition to all Friends’ and Patrons’ benefits we may also extend the following:
Suggested donation £1,001+ per person per annum. In addition to all Gold Patrons’ benefits we may also extend the following:
Suggested donation £5,000+ per person per annum. Members of the Mozartfest Circle receive all the benefits detailed above plus prominent acknowledgement of their generosity in appropriate literature. More importantly, all Circle members will be part of an exclusive group of donors whose support makes an invaluable and much appreciated contribution to the success of Bath Mozartfest.
More sponsors are needed to support the concert by Imogen Cooper on Monday 13 November at 7.30 pm in the Assembly Rooms.
If you would also like to support this concert for your donation of £500 you would receive the following:
• Two complimentary concert tickets
• Two invitations to a pre-concert champagne & canapés reception with your co-sponsors and members of the Bath Mozartfest team
• Acknowledgement of your support in the Bath Mozartfest souvenir programme
To become a sponsor please download and complete the form here.
How to leave a gift in your will
A valid will is the only guaranteed way for your wishes to be carried out and for your legacy to reach the Festival.
HOW TO MAKE A NEW WILL
Making a will isn’t complicated and needn’t be expensive:
First, work out how much you have to leave, including the total sum of your property, money and possessions, less any outstanding mortgages or loans.
Decide who you want to benefit from your will. For example, your family, friends and favourite charities or good causes. Next, appoint a professional adviser – usually a solicitor or other will writing professional. Then you need to choose executors to make sure your wishes are carried out. These can be professional advisers, friends or family members – or a combination to suit you.
Finally, keep your will safe and make sure your executors know where to find it. Keep the original copy with your solicitor in secure storage and retain a photocopy in your filing system.
HOW TO UPDATE AN EXISTING WILL
It is vital to review your will at intervals to ensure it still reflects your wishes and circumstances. For instance, if you move house or get married, or someone mentioned in your will dies, you may need to change it. Speak to your solicitor or will writing professional about the simplest way to revise your will quickly and cost-effectively.
FURTHER ADVICE AND INFORMATION
If you have any questions or require further advice, please contact Jackie Inverdale on 01225 429750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any aspect of leaving a legacy.
SUGGESTED LEGACY WORDING TO TAKE TO YOUR SOLICITOR
If you wish to remember Bath Mozartfest Ltd in your Will you may like to take the following wording suggestion for a pecuniary bequest (a set sum) to your solicitor. They will ensure that your wishes are accurately followed:
“I give the sum of… pounds to Bath Mozartfest Ltd (Registered Charity No 1040455) of 4 Beau Street, Bath BA1 1QY and the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of Bath Mozartfest Ltd shall be a complete discharge to my Executors.
If at my death any charity named as a beneficiary in this Will or Codicil hereto has changed its name or amalgamated with or transferred its assets to another body then my Executors shall give effect to any gift made to such charity as if it had been made (in the first case) to the body in its changed name or (in the second place) to the body which results from such amalgamation or to which such transfer has been made”
If you wish to make a residuary bequest (a proportion rather than the whole) you may like to include the following wording:
“I give (%) of the residue of my real and personal estate which I can dispose of by will to Bath Mozartfest Ltd (Registered Charity 1040455) of 4 Beau Street, Bath BA1 1QY and the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of Bath Mozartfest Ltd shall be a complete discharge to my Executors”.
If you would like to make a gift specific to a certain aspect of our work, then please get in touch with Jackie Inverdale, Development Director on 01225 429750 to discuss what long term projects could benefit from your gift.