Let us guide you through the process of making a gift to SFCM. There are many ways to support us.
You can easily make your gift online, or you can mail your gift to the address below. We also gratefully accept gifts of stock, employer matching gifts, and in-kind contributions, including vehicle donations. We have all the information you need right here.
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Contact Randi Paul, Associate Director of Individual Giving, at 415-503-6210.
To donate stock, endorse the original certificates to “San Francisco Conservatory of Music.” Sign your name exactly as it appears on the certificates. Mail or deliver the certificates to the address above. The value of a stock gift is the average of the high and low trading values on the date of transfer. The date of transfer is the date on which the shares reach SFCM’s account when transferred electronically or the postmark date when sent by mail. For more information, contact Randi Paul, Associate Director of Individual Giving, at 415-503-6210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brokerage: Merrill Lynch
Contact: Bonnie J. Bakalar at 415.288.2521
Account Name: San Francisco Conservatory of Music (Tax ID# 94-1156610)
Account Number: 2GP-03331
DTC Number: 5198
Include: Donor's name and address
Name of securities
Number of shares transferred
Conservatory program, if any, to which gift should be directed
Many employers offer a matching gift program, doubling or even tripling contributions made by their employees, employees’ family members, retired employees, and board members. Contact your Human Resources department for more information.
To donate goods such as instruments, contact William Quillen, Legacy & Major Gifts Officer, at 415-503-6201 or email@example.com.
To donate your vehicle to benefit SFCM, contact Vehicles For Charity at 800-574-0888 or vehiclesforcharity.com.
The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Tax ID 94-1156610, is a non-profit organization as defined under Internal Revenue Service Code Section 501(c)3.