“Love is friendship set to music.”
Founded in 1988 by Conductor Laureate, George Yeager, the Abilene Philharmonic Foundation manages an endowment that ensures the future financial well-being of Abilene’s professional orchestra. Gifts that build this endowment establish a source of predictable annual revenue, in perpetuity. They offer protection from budget constraints and help build a secure financial future.
Gifts support the orchestra now and in future generations
Funds are invested conservatively and monitored for performance
The distribution of funds is geared to perpetual support
YOUR GIFT TO FUTURE GENERATIONS
An endowment is a permanent fund that provides annual support to the Abilene Philharmonic. Similar to a personal retirement account, this fund will be prudently and expertly invested. Each year the fund will provide an annual stipend to further support the goals and aims of the APO - creating a permanent, stream of financial support in perpetuity. Please consider joining this important initiative and support the power of live symphonic music for future generations.
ONE TIME CASH GIFTS
Make a donation to support the future of our beloved orchestra.
Named after Conductor Laureate George Yeager and his wife Marie, the Yeager Society allows others to follow their example by providing a significant and lasting impact on the Philharmonic. Members of this society appreciate how a gift to the endowment can keep the music playing for many generations to come. Immediate and planned gifts to the Yeager Society allow the Philharmonic to continue giving world-class concerts that make the Abilene community a great place to live, work, and play.
Beitscher Family Fund
Jolene and Richard Sollivan
Emily and Allan Meador
Charla and Vance McCracken
The Dian Graves Owen Foundation
Abilene Philharmonic Guild
Terri and Tim Godfrey
Ruth and Winston Heidenheimer
Sherry and Victor Hirsch
Jill and Phillip Hoelbelheinrich
Mrs. Morgan (Mary Whatley) Jones
Betty and Charles Nelson
Beverly and Richard Tarpley
Jim Pizzorno, President
Allan Meador, Vice-President
Mark Hoover, Secretary