•  inside Reynolds Auditorium

    YOU can join the hundreds of RJR alumni and Reynolds Auditorium supporters by getting a seat (or two...or more) PERMANENTLY named for either you, or someone else, or some entity that you choose. By so doing, you will help 'The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium' corporation create an endowment with the Winston-Salem Foundation....so that there will be funds on-hand in ALL future years to make needed improvements at this great facility.
    To view a list of all the donors that have named seats in the Auditorium:  click here ( * ).
    'The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium' is a 501(c)3 corporation that oversees the fund raising for the Auditorium...and thus are the folks that handle the naming of the seats.  The donation needed to name a seat is tax deductible. A named seat requires a donation of $500. You may name more than one seat (at $500/seat). Each named seat has a small plaque with the naming inscription.  To view a list of all the plaques on the named seats in the Auditorium:  click here ( * ).

    There are three ways to make a donation to name a seat in the Auditorium:

    *** Make a secure credit card donation via Paypal.com by clicking here ( * ).

    *** Write a check (made out to "Friends of Reynolds Auditorium").  In the memo line, write in "name a seat."  Please put in a note stating how you want the seat plaque to read.  The check should be mailed to:

    Friends of Reynolds Auditorium

    PO Box 25523

    Winston-Salem, NC 27114

    *** Give a donation comprised of stocks.  The shares of stock should be wired to 'The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium'  account with First Citizens Bank (DTC #: 0443;  account #: TNQ184151).  Please also send a letter to Friends of Reynolds Auditorium (to the above address), telling us:

    •   the person making the donation, and their mailing address.
    •   a description (name of the stock) and number of shares of stock being transferred.
    •   the name of the brokerage firm used by the donor.
    •   a brief statement stating that the funds should be used for for naming of a sea (or seats), and what you want the seat(s)'  plaque to say.

    Should you have any questions concerning this, feel free to send an e-mail to Harry Corpening (Chairman of the Board of Trustees of 'The Friends of Richard J.  Reynolds Auditorium') and making the subject line "naming an Auditorium seat."  His email address is: RJRauditorium@AOL.COM. 

    Click here ( * ) to return to the RJR Alumni homepage.



Last Modified on January 20, 2023