Thank you for considering a donation to the Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation. VCTF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible. We are fortunate to live in a community with a strong commitment to children. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions, please call Amanda Ahmadi at 888-475-5437.
Cash donations are an easy method of giving. You may make an immediate gift, or pledge an amount to be paid over a period of three years.
Donate online by using our secure option here.
Contributions by credit card, check or money order (payable to VCTF) can be mailed to :
Vermont Children's Trust Foundation
95 St. Paul Street, Suite 330
Burlington, VT 05401
You may also donate by calling: 888.475.5437
Designate the Vermont Children's Trust Foundation through your United Way campaign—you may designate all or part of your United Way gift to the Vermont Children's Trust Foundation. Ask the United Way for information about directing your United Way contributions to VCTF.
Matching gifts can double your contribution to VCTF. If you work for an employer who offers a matching gift program, please ask your employer to match your gift to VCTF.
Making a Gift of Appreciated Stock
By giving appreciated stock directly to VCTF, you may avoid hefty capital gains taxes and also receive a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift. It is important to check with your attorney or financial advisor in any gift planning to make sure that you are choosing the best way to achieve your personal and charitable goals. To make a gift of stock, please contact your financial advisor.
Other Methods of Planned Giving
There are a number of ways in which your planned gifts to VCTF can ensure VCTF’s future ability to serve children and families in Vermont. It is important to check with your attorney or financial advisor in any gift planning to make sure that you are choosing the best way to achieve your personal and charitable goals.
- Designate VCTF as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy or pension plan.
- Establish a flexible living trust or a charitable remainder trust that provides assets to VCTF while continuing to provide you the full use and benefit of those assets during your lifetime.
- Include VCTF in your Will.