Include Musicians’ Clinic in Your Will

Leave a lasting legacy gift to NOMAF. It costs nothing during your lifetime and keeps the beat alive for future generations.

By including a gift to the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation (NOMAF) in your estate plans, you support a healthier future for New Orleans’ performers.  You can designate a fixed percentage of your estate, a fixed amount, or a residual amount after all of your heirs have been provided for.

If you have already named NOMAF in your will, we encourage you to share the information with us.  Doing so entitles you to lifetime membership in the Friends of the NOMC, invitations to special events, recognition on our website, and the knowledge that NOMAF will continue fighting to keep the beat alive in New Orleans.

Most Common Ways to Leave A Legacy at NOMAF:

  • Bequests
  • Life Insurance
  • IRAs
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Deferred Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Real Estate or Property
Legacy donations are used for New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation’s general charitable purposes. Donations can also be allocated to specific programs, such as the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic or community health programming if designated in your will. A Legacy donation is one of many ways to support the NOMAF. To find out more about supporting the New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation please contact us directly.

Legal Name: New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation

IRS Tax Identification Number: 20-8139539

Address: 1525 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70115

The New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization under International Revenue Code 501(c)(3).

To learn more, contact:

Zach Danner, Development Director

email: zach@nomaf.org | phone: (504) 415-3514