You can help the Museum of Arts & Sciences
advance its mission today and
for generations to come.
The Museum relies on the generosity of friends from throughout the community who understand the vital role MOAS plays across the region. We are continually grateful to the individuals and families who have established Planned Gifts over the years, leaving a legacy that has benefitted the Museum both during and after their lifetime. Their philanthropy and good will symbolizes a deep and lasting commitment to the Museum's continued growth and stability….
The beauty of a legacy gift is that it benefits the Museum as well as donors. Contributions can come in all shapes and sizes. Donors can show their financial support in ways they might not have thought possible and sometimes significantly enhance their own financial situation through a variety of tax incentives. Supporters have established planned gifts through bequests in their wills, beneficiary designations for IRAs, retirement plans, life insurance policies, estate contributions, contributions to the MOAS endowment and more. These gifts have contributed to the care of our diverse and significant art, science and history collections, development of innovative educational programming for all ages, and expansion of our properties and facilities.
Please call the Museum's Office of Development for an appointment to discuss our full range of Planned Giving options and benefits - 386.255.0285 x339
Download PDF of MOAS Planned Giving brochure here
All charitable gifts should be directed to the Museum of Arts and Sciences, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization located at 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
This information is designed to give general information about various ways of giving to MOAS, including some of the potential financial benefits. It is not intended to provide specific advice about the legal or tax implications or charitable giving. Before making a gift to MOAS, consult with financial, tax and legal advisors for a thorough analysis of individual situations and tax consequences, and to decide which of these ways of giving might work best.