YOU CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE AT NEW YORK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
New York School of the Arts is committed to education, innovation, and experimentation in art. We have a dedicated faculty of professional artists who have inspired a creative learning environment throughout a wide range of fine arts disciplines.
Our goal is to help our students develop their personal artistic vision, and to simply enjoy the process of creativity. Learning, experimenting, exploring, and passion are the core pillars of our school, which is open to all skill levels and needs.
New York School of the Arts uses the atelier-based technique of teaching, as well as new disciplines of study. Our courses focus on conceptual thinking, theory, art history, and the development of criticism within a real studio space. The school is a close knit community of dedicated artists who come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.
WHY GIVE TO THE NEW YORK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
As an arts nonprofit, New York School of the Arts relies on the generosity of our community to preserve and expand our school. We are happy to work with you to figure out the best strategy for your charitable gift. By supporting NYSA, you help provide:
Opportunities for a transformational arts education
New, enriching advanced courses
Research and development
Study abroad opportunities
Your gift is a tax deductible contribution to our school that benefits our artists and their education. Annual gifts, of any amount, make a large impact to New York School of the Arts, and go towards student scholarships, research and faculty support, and school equipment.
Here are the ways you can support New York School of the Arts:
This way of giving provides you opportunities to reduce current and future tax obligations, generate income, and see your impact on the value of our school. The gift is income tax deductible, with additional special tax advantages on particular assets. Deductions are determined by income.
STRUCTURAL CHARITABLE GIVING
With structural giving, you make the decisions proactively, basing them on an organized structure, and can appreciate the impact of your giving over time. Your children and grandchildren will be part of the granting process.
Through this method, you have the opportunity to built a family legacy of philanthropy in the arts that will be passed through generations.
Your charitable gift can be made in a variety of forms, based on what works best for you:
STOCKS, BONDS, OR MUTUAL FUND SHARES
When you donate stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares to NYSA, you can deduct the full amount of the value of the stocks on your income tax return, regardless of how much you originally paid for them.
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
You can create a living trust with the New York School of the Arts, which allows you to direct where to allocate the gifts. This can be changed anytime during your lifetime.
Bequests are gifts made through your will or trust, giving you the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy at the school. They can be made in the form of a monetary contribution, an asset, or a percentage of your estate.
CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY
With a charitable gift annuity, we You can select the payment intervals. A portion of your payment may be federal income tax-free for some years.
You can make an Advised Fund with the New York School of the Arts and benefit all the taxes in relation to the full sum of the gift.
CORPORATE, FOUNDATIONS, PARTNERS:
The support of corporations, foundations, or a group of partners is an excellent way for your organization to strategically support our school, including the creation of new programs, scholarships, new technology, and more.
The above are general concepts to suggest ways that you may achieve your philanthropic goals. We would be pleased to work with you to see if those goals align with our mission. We recommend that you consult with your tax advisor as well. For questions or help starting the gift giving process, feel free to call or email our office.
New York School of the Arts is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) public charity. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.