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Ways to Give

Individual Giving

Become part of the Festival family by pledging your support today! Your gift will help ensure a bright future for the Festival.

Take advantage of the CARES Act before the end of the year!
Individuals who itemize can deduct cash contributions up to 100% of their 2020 Adjusted Gross Income (AGI).  If you do not itemize, a deduction is available up to $300 per person ($600 per married couple) for those taking the standard deduction.  Please contact us with any questions.

Corporate Sponsorships

The Grand Teton Music Festival is extremely grateful to our business partners who support us with cash donations as well as in-kind services. Please contact us to learn more about possible partnerships. Whether you are interested in reaching patrons at concerts, resident musicians and their families, or simply supporting a wonderful community organization, Grand Teton Music Festival offers excellent opportunities at a variety of levels.

To become a Festival Sponsor, contact Andy Mahoney, Acting Development Director, at 307.732.9962 or mahoney@gtmf.org.

Housing & In-Kind Donations

If you have a home available during July or August, please consider donating it for our musicians to use. Your gift is tax-deductible.

Please contact Andy Mahoney, Acting Development Director, at 307.732.9962 or mahoney@gtmf.org.

We were so surprised and touched to receive this video from the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra Musicians.

At GTMF, we are immensely grateful for our orchestra, board, staff, donors and the wider community who all contribute to our mission to provide exhilarating musical experiences, beyond the walls of our summer venue.

We agree with the sentiments expressed by the musicians in this video…we are looking forward to next summer when we will all be together again to celebrate music and community for our 60th Season!

Support Wyoming Arts

Arts organizations around the country are struggling in this pandemic environment, including those in the state of Wyoming. We greatly appreciate your continued support of the GTMF during this challenging time. If you are interested in learning more about other Wyoming arts organizations that need support to continue their vital missions, please visit the Wyoming Arts Council’s directory of artists and venues.

Planned Giving: The Sullivan Society

In 2013, GTMF was the recipient of a generous and humbling bequest from the estate of Pike and Sue Sullivan. The gift brought the Festival’s endowment funds to more than $10 million, and we have created The Sullivan Society in their honor. This society commemorates benefactors who create bequests, charitable trusts, and other planned gifts that leave lasting legacies for the Festival. Members of our Sullivan Society play a key role in ensuring our long-term growth and fiscal stability.

If you have included us in your estate plans or would like to discuss planned giving, please contact Andy Mahoney, Acting Development Director, at 307.732.9962 or mahoney@gtmf.org.

2018 Annual Report & Form 990

In 2018, the Grand Teton Music Festival presented 61 events, including the third annual Fundraising Gala with legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma. In addition to achieving a record-breaking Summer attendance of 15,700, GTMF also presented its second annual Winter Festival.

Download the 2018 Annual Report
Download the 2018 Form 990

Auxiliary

This dynamic group of women supports the Festival through a variety of roles as volunteers, donors and ambassadors. The Festival relies on the Auxiliary to support its mission with their time, talent and enthusiasm for classical music.

Amazon Smile

Support us by Shopping at Amazon. Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know, just shop there using this link and they will donate to GTMF automatically.

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With thanks to support from:

2020 Old Bill’s Fun Run Co-Challengers and Friends of the Match
Teton Media Works
Programs are funded in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole
Town and County Arts for All

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