Leave a Bequest in your Will
The Trustees of The Ballet Foundation know that the decision to leave a gift in your will is an important and personal one. If you are considering including a gift in your will, we would love an opportunity to have a confidential discussion about your support and to assist you with any questions you may have. A gift can be of any size and needn’t be cash. It could be property, a work of art, shares or a portion of whatever is left of your estate after you have provided for your family. It could be for a specific purpose, such as the work of the Royal New Zealand Ballet, or for the general purposes of The Ballet Foundation in supporting classical ballet throughout New Zealand.
Suggestions on appropriate wording for your will can be found here: codicil for general purpose.
If you have already made arrangements to leave a gift to The Ballet Foundation of New Zealand and are happy to let us know, we would love to hear from you so that we may acknowledge (either publicly or privately) your generosity during your lifetime and involve you and your family in the work of the Foundation.
Make a Donation
We are grateful for your donation to help us create a sustainable fund for ballet in New Zealand.
Payments can be made directly to the Ballet Foundation’s bank account. Please contact the Ballet Foundation with your name, email and postal address so that we can issue you with a donation receipt:
The Ballet Foundation of New Zealand, Wetpac account # 03 0584 0197969 00
For information about the En Pointe Patrons, please contact Bryna O’Brien-Kiddey at email@example.com.
Dame Trelise Cooper ‘Tuillise En Pointe’ – skirt fundraiser
Fashion designer Dame Trelise Cooper is the Ambassador for the Ballet Foundation. She has created a Tullise En Pointe skirt for sale with funds raised going to the Foundation. This fun, popular tutu skirt is $210 and available for purchase on the Trelise Cooper website.