Turn your legacy into the music you love.
You can help ensure the future of WTMD as Baltimore’s home for significant music by including the station in your estate or financial planning. There are a variety of planned giving options including donating a portion of your estate, naming WTMD a beneficiary of your IRA or life insurance policy, or even establishing a charitable remainder or lead trust. All of these gift vehicles can help you to ensure that WTMD remains a strong advocate for music in the years to come.
You may be able to make a larger charitable donation than you realize by making a planned gift. Planned or deferred gifts offer you ways to minimize your estate taxes and ensure that your gift has the maximum desired impact on your favorite station.
Kristin Laporte, WTMD’s Director of Development & Marketing, can acquaint you with the process and work with you to make your gift. WTMD also welcomes gifts of appreciated stock and securities in support of its programming. Kristin can be reached at 410-307-1673 or [email protected]
WTMD is truly publicly supported radio for music people. We rely on the generosity of our loyal listeners like you to continue to be the Baltimore region’s source for important music and cultural information. Gifts of all types and sizes help to ensure the future of the station you love and are greatly appreciated.
Planned giving options include:
- Life Insurance Policies
- Charitable Bequests: Wills and Trusts
- Charitable Gift Annuities
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Appreciated Securities: Stocks and Mutual Funds
- Retirement Plan Assets
- IRA Charitable Rollovers
- Real Estate
- Personal Property
- Closely-Held Business Interests and Other Complex Assets
How to Donate Stock
Stockbrokers require instructions in writing. You will need to give the following delivery information to your broker to make a gift to WTMD:
Firm: Brown Advisory
Contact: Carly Neidecker – 410-895-4888
Wells Fargo Clearing Services
FBO: Your Public Radio Corp (WYPR)
Reference: Donor Name, Address, Contact Information
It is important to notify WTMD in some way be it by phone, email, or letter when you plan on making a stock donation. Please have your broker or broker’s assistant contact Brown Advisory on the day of the transfer to advise them of what is being sent. To ensure the timely completion of your transaction, or if you have any questions, please contact Kirsten Furlong Scofield by email or at 410-307-1677.