Leaving a Bequest

Leaving a Bequest

A bequest is a way to continue support of an organization that shares your values and will extend them into the future. A simple codicil can direct the executor of your estate to direct funds as you wish. If you do not have a will currently, you can make the bequest as part of the one you ask to be prepared. In the case of a bequest from retirement funds, there will be no taxes on the amount you designate to a non-profit. Check with the custodian of your funds for details.

The Wayne Theatre Alliance has prepared a codicil that can be used to direct a portion of your estate or retirement funds to the Alliance. You can also have your lawyer write a bequest to WTA into your will. The funds can be directed to operational budget or restricted to any of the following WTA accounts:
Programming Fund: supporting a particular category of performances or a series
Building Fund: ensuring the on-going maintenance of the Wayne
Arts Support Fund: underwriting the use of the Wayne by local arts organizations.
Wayne Endowment: investing in the future operations of the Wayne Theatre. (Funds may be donor-directed for a specific purpose.)

   

Upcoming Events

2019 Summer Movie Series at the Wayne

The Wayne Theatre presents a series of movies this summer for the young and young at heart in July.

July 30: The Quebe Sisters

The Quebe Sisters return to the Wayne Theatre on Tuesday, July 30, at 7:30 p.m.

August 8-18: Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical

The Wayne Theatre presents Matilda The Musical on August 8-11 and 15-18, 2019.

August 20: 'Charles Thomson: The Man Who Told the Truth'

The Augusta County Historical Society presents the BBC (Northern Ireland) documentary "Charles Thomson: The Man Who Told The Truth," on Tuesday, August 20, at 7 p.m. at the Wayne Theatre in downtown Waynesboro. Admission is Pay What You Will. Advance reservations are recommended.

       

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