Your Legacy and Israel's Cultural Future
If you love music and believe in the important contributions of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, we hope you will consider becoming a member of the Bronislaw Huberman Society. Named after the Polish-born violinist who founded the IPO in 1936, the Huberman Society recognizes patrons who have included the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in their estate plans... whatever size the gift may be. Designating the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra as a beneficiary in your will, life insurance policy, trust or retirement plan is a meaningful way to create a legacy for yourself, which will positively impact generations to come. By helping to sustain the legacy of the IPO, you will make an impact on hundreds of thousands of music lovers worldwide, including the children educated annually by the KeyNote Program. If you have included the AFIPO in your estate plans, we would love to know in order to give you proper recognition during your lifetime. Or, if you would like information on how to do so, please contact Suzanne K. Ponsot at (212) 697-2949 or Danielle Ames Spivak at (310) 445-8406.