Ways of Giving
Every gift is important to the success of the campaign to build Tateuchi Center. This is a broad community effort to create a legacy for future generations.
It will take all of us to create a cultural center that’s for everyone. Like schools and roads and hospitals, it will serve us all and is only possible if we all join forces to make it happen.
A gift of cash is the simplest and most direct means of contributing to the Tateuchi Center Campaign. Donations by check (made payable to either “PACE” or “Tateuchi Center”) are welcome. Gifts made by credit card are accepted via the secure online form below using Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.
Make a one-time secure online gift
(You will be transferred to the Seattle Foundation’s website to make your online gift to Tateuchi Center.)
To increase your ability to make a substantial gift, consider making a pledge now, with payments and tax deductions spread over a number of years. Payments can be scheduled according to your needs, and pledge periods can extend up to five years. Please contact Roxanne Shepherd, Campaign Director, for more information.
Gifts of Security
A gift of appreciated securities may be more favorable as a tax deduction than a cash donation. Publicly traded stocks, bonds, mutual fund shares, and certain other securities can be donated to the Tateuchi Center Campaign. The considerations involved in transferring and valuing each type of security vary. Please contact Roxanne Shepherd, Campaign Director, for more information.
Many employers offer matching gift programs for charitable contributions by employees and retirees. Matching programs may enable donors to double or triple the amount of their contribution to the Tateuchi Center Campaign.
Donors are encouraged to build family gifts by inviting parents and grandparents, children and grandchildren, aunts and uncles, sisters, brothers, and others to join together to support Tateuchi Center. By building family gifts, donors may be able to secure naming opportunities, which might not otherwise be possible for them as individuals. This is a wonderful way to honor a loved one or your family name.
Donors affiliated with like-minded people may wish to join with their colleagues to make a Group Gift. Such a collaboration allows a number of gifts to be joined together to reach a gift level sufficient to obtain a significant naming opportunity. It also commemorates and celebrates the generosity of the affiliates, whether joined through professional ties, fraternal organizations, or national origin. Individuals participating at appropriate levels will be recognized for their gifts, in addition to the recognition the group receives.
The term “planned gifts” refers to a range of vehicles through which charitably minded individuals, couples, and families can make an indelible mark on their communities and the nonprofit organizations about which they care most deeply. Often these provide significant current and/or estate tax benefits. Please contact Campaign Director Roxanne Shepherd for a completely confidential, no-obligation conversation about how one of these options might help you achieve your personal financial planning objectives while simultaneously establishing a meaningful legacy at the Eastside’s new cultural home. (Please note that such a conversation does not substitute for a consultation with your own professional advisors, which is highly recommended.)
Gifts and pledges of $100,000 or more may be paid over a period of years and will entitle the donor to a naming opportunity. Click the file link below to download a complete list.
We encourage you to explore how a charitable gift may fit into your overall financial, estate, and gift planning objectives.
To learn more about how to make a gift through any of the above giving techniques and instruments, contact Roxanne Shepherd, Campaign Director, at 425.467.7075.
PACE does not provide tax or legal advice. Always check with your attorney and tax advisor on the legal and tax implications of your charitable gifts.
501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status
Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that was established in 2002 for the purpose of building a first-class performing arts center in Bellevue, WA. PACE continues today as the parent organization of Tateuchi Center, so-named in 2010 to honor a $25 million gift from the Tateuchi Foundation.
We welcome donations in support of the Tateuchi Center Campaign. All gifts to the campaign are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
PACE is a registered charitable organization. For more information, call the Washington Secretary of State’s Office at (800) 322-GIVE.
We fully embrace the principles of transparency, accountability, and good stewardship that define the best practices of nonprofit management. You will find links to our most recently filed tax returns below, along with a copy of our IRS Determination letter. We would also be glad to provide a paper copy of any of our public filings upon request.
Tax ID: 30-0100088