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Planned Gifts - Ways to Give

Life Insurance

Make PBCC the Beneficiary: One of the easiest and fastest ways to make a sizable gift to PBCC that costs nothing now is to make PBCC the beneficiary (or a contingent beneficiary) of your life insurance policy. You retain ownership of the policy, its proceeds will be included in your gross estate, and your estate can take an estate tax charitable deduction. Simply complete the "change of beneficiary" form and send it to your life insurance policy company administrator.

Planned Gifts FAQ

I'm not wealthy. How could I have an estate big enough to make a charitable gift?

Most people are surprised at the total value of their assets when they take into account their home, retirement plans, life insurance policies, IRAs, personal property, and investments. After providing for family and friends, it is often possible to plan a charitable gift as well. Gifts such as Trusts or Charitable Gift Annuities can provide a donor with lifetime income, often with a higher return than many other investments.

Planned Gifts

For many choir lovers, donating money during your lifetime isn’t enough. What if you want to continue to help sustain PBCC after you’re gone? 

The Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale’s and the Philadelphia Girls’ Choir’s planned giving program allows you to make a difference in ways that complement your personal financial planning. A planned gift can help you generate lifelong income, obtain significant income tax deductions, reduce or eliminate estate taxes, and convert low-yielding assets into a higher income stream at a reduced capital gains cost.

Concert at Verizon Hall

Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale at the Barbican, London, England 2014

This June, the Choir returns to the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts to showcase their talent and delight the audience. The concert will preview the repertoire for the 2016 summer tour to Cuba, including a new arrangement of Gershwin’s Cuban Overture with lyrics written by the acclaimed poet Richard Blanco. The concert will also include traditional choir music and feature the world premiere of Genesis by Robert S. Cohen with lyrics by Ronald W. Cadmus and Maria V.S. Seigenthaler.

H80 files

So, here we have the audio files and sheet music to help you brush up on these songs.

H80 - Honor "H" on his 80th!

Join the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale as they celebrate the Life and Achievements of their Founder Dr. Robert G. Hamilton.

Don’t miss this party!

Get your tickets now!

Event will be held at Philadelphia Boys Choir Building, 1336 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, PA 19123

Hors d’oeuvres and Dinner Stations by Garces, 

Cocktails and plenty of good company.

$45 per person, discount available when combined with concert ticket

Cocktail Attire

22nd Annual Ukee Washington Golf Outing

Friday, June 3, 2016

PineCrest Country Club     -     9 am Shotgun Start

Enjoy a lively day of Golf and much more while supporting the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale. Registration and continental breakfast begins at 8 am with a shotgun start at  9 am. After the round of golf, enjoy an open-bar cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres followed by awards and hot buffet lunch.

PineCrest Country Club     101 Country Club Drive, Lansdale, PA 19446

Philadelphia Musical Theatre Camp

Explore and hone your singer/actor performance skills!

At the Philadelphia Musical Theatre Camp, beginning and advanced singers ages 10-18 will develop their performance skills as singer/actors alongside their peers, both as soloists and members of ensembles.

This two-week intensive camp will include:

Private PBCC Videos

Here are private videos that parents have taken from PBCC concerts. They are for your enjoyment only - please do not post these publicly on YouTube.

Positoning Statement

A boychoir that “takes your breath away”

Established in the 1960s, Emmy-winning and Grammy-nominated Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale has toured the world, recorded with internationally renowned orchestras and soloists such as Luciano Pavarotti, appeared on national and international television, and received praise from critics and audiences worldwide.

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