Give creatively to support Texas Ballet Theater.
We are grateful to be your home for ballet excellence.
In this season of renewal and return, we invite you to support TBT’s forward momentum by giving creatively.
To give creatively is to engage with TBT in new ways. Whether you are a donor, subscriber, event attendee, TBTS family, or volunteer, we hope you will grow with us in new opportunities as we look forward to another season on stage and expand our programs in the community.
Throughout the year, thousands of North Texans have reveled in the splendor of ballet – both on stage and in the studio. Ballet inspires passion, builds community, and emboldens young artists. Your gifts make it all possible, from a child’s first step into ballet class to a Principal Dancer’s bow on stage. Give creatively by supporting TBT.
There are many ways to make a charitable investment in Texas Ballet Theater:
- Give now using the form above.
- Contact: Barbara Reynolds, Development Operations Manager- 877.828.9200 x111 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with the following:
- Make a gift of stock/wire transfer.
- Make a direct charitable contribution from an IRA.
- Name TBT as a beneficiary in your will, IRA, or other account.
- Partner with TBT through your Company.
- Match your giving to TBT through your employer’s matching gift program.
- You can also mail a check to PO Box 123290 Fort Worth, TX 76121
Important information for donors. The tax information provided is general and educational in nature and should not be construed as legal or tax advice.
- CARES Act- Enhanced Tax Benefits for Charitable Gifts:
- Individuals who itemize:
• The adjusted gross income (AGI) limit for cash contributions to qualifying public charities remains increased for individual donors. For cash contributions made in 2021, you can elect to deduct up to 100 percent of your AGI (formerly 60 percent prior to the CARES Act).
- Individuals who don’t itemize:
- The CARES Act allowed for an additional, “above-the-line” deduction for charitable gifts made in cash of up to $300. This provision is extended into 2021 for taxpayers filing single/separately.
- New in 2021 is an additional “above-the-line” deduction for those married filing jointly. Joint filers (who aren’t itemizing) will be allowed to take an above-the-line deduction of up to $600 in cash contributions to charity this year.
- The AGI limit for cash contributions also remains increased for corporate donors. In 2021, corporations can deduct up to 25 percent of taxable income (formerly 10 percent prior to the CARES Act).
- Individuals who itemize:
- Are you over 70½ years old? You can donate up to $100,000 in IRA assets directly to charity annually, without taking the distribution into taxable income.