Every dollar contributed to the Lakes Area Music Festival helps to fuel a vibrant community connected through world-class performances by some of the nation's top musicians. Your gift not only makes these concerts accessible to all in the community, it also funds education programs that inspire the next generation of musicians and audiences, as well as outreach events across the Central Lakes Area.
There are many ways to support the programs of the Lakes Area Music Festival that matter to you. As a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN#45-4807315), your gift is tax-deductible. Gifts through your donor advised fund, retirement account, brokerage, or will enable to maximize your impact and establish a legacy with the festival.
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MAIL A CHECK TO:
Lakes Area Music Festival
P.O. Box 96
Brainerd, MN 56401
More Smart Ways To Give
There are many financially smart and tax-savvy ways to maximize your support of the Lakes Area Music Festival. Gifts of cash are just one way. Many in our audience have been able to deepen their impact by giving through their IRA, making gifts of stock and other assets, and naming LAMF in their estate plan. Use the links below to learn more, and contact Daniel Meyers, Development Director to discuss how you can maximize your impact.
Bringing the Lakes Area Music Festival to reality each year takes time, talent and the generosity of our many supporters. There are many ways to show your commitment to our important mission. Some of the commons ways are described below. And remember, no matter how – or how much – you give, your generosity will make a difference in our lives and in our work.
The Lakes Area Music Festival is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. EIN #45-4807315
The Lakes Area Music Festival relies on the generosity of individual donors and is committed to respecting the privacy of its donors whether gifts are given online, by mail, or in person at concerts. When you make a contribution using any method, you provide our organization with important information including your name, contact information, credit card information, volunteer preferences, and other information in certain circumstances.
Our organization uses a secure, limited-access database to store personal and financial records. When you make a contribution in person or by mail, our finance assistant inputs your information into this protected database. Credit cards are processed when requested, and physical records are destroyed. This database is only accessible by members of our staff and finance committee. Limited volunteer contact information may be shared, as necessary, with the chairs of applicable committees. When permitted by signing up or by request otherwise, your email address will also be stored in our account with Constant Contact, the platform we use for ongoing email communication.
Gifts made by credit card, whether by mail or through our website, are processed by systems using the highest available standard safeguards for credit card information security and privacy to protect your information.
We will not sell, share, or trade our donors’ personal or financial information with any other organization or entity. We will only send advertising or solicitation information on behalf of other organizations in rare circumstances when this information is directly related to our organization or our mission.
Scott Lykins, Executive Director
David Boran, Board Chair
Mary Farmer, Treasurer