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What to Give

Once you choose to partner with us, we can accept gifts of all sizes and types. These gifts can be used to set up a charitable fund now, or later as part of your estate plans.

Through our affiliate relationship with The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia, which is recognized as a public charity by the IRS, you will receive the maximum tax benefits allowed by law.

Stock Transfer

When making a stock transfer, please include the name of the donor. We kindly ask that you also notify us when the stock transfer has been requested and provide the name of the security and the number of shares transferred.

Securities

Direct your stock transfers to:
DTC Participant #2039
SEI Private Trust Company
FFC SunTrust Bank a/c 11188
Community Foundation Gift Clearing Account 7014058
Donor Name: ________________________________

Mutual Funds

Direct your mutual funds to:
DTC Participant # 0164 (Code 40)
Schwab account # 8766-6646
The Community Foundation, Inc.
Donor Name: ________________________________

If you have any further questions, please contact your Philanthropic Services or Finance representative at 804-330-7400 or email mnelson@tcfrichmond.org.

Cash or Check

A gift of cash or check is the simplest way to give. You can also make a secure online contribution using your credit card

Please make your check payable to the Gloucester Community Foundation, and note the name of the fund that should receive your contribution in the memo line.

Mail your check to:
Gloucester Community Foundation
PO Box 2303
Gloucester, VA 23061

Wire Transfer

Direct your wire transfers to:
Suntrust Banks, Inc.
ABA 061000104
A/C 9088000415
Attn: Gift Clearing
For further Credit to: Community Foundation Gift Clearing Account 7014058
Donor Name: _________________________________

For assistance with wire transfers, please contact Michelle Nelson at 804-409-5598 or email mnelson@tcfrichmond.org.

IRA Charitable Rollover

The IRA Charitable Rollover is now a permanent provision of the Tax Code, allows people age 70½ and older to make direct transfers totaling up to $100,000 per year to qualified charities, without having to count the transfers as income for federal income tax purposes.

Other Non-Cash Gifts

We also have experience in accepting a variety of complex gifts such as personal property, life insurance, privately held stock or interest in limited partnerships.

Planned Gifts

We invite you to explore the benefits of planned giving. You can leave a legacy or add to an existing fund by including Gloucester Community Foundation in your will or living trust. Or, you may choose to take advantage of a charitable vehicle that allows you to provide for your loved ones, while reducing taxes and supporting your favorite charitable organizations or causes. Learn more about planned and estate gift options.