Volunteers give of their time, talent and resources throughout the year in order to help us provide vital services to those who need us most. It is truly because of our volunteers and donors that we are transforming hope into reality everyday. CLICK HERE to create your volunteer profile, which will allow you to sign-up for current volunteer opportunities.
Our needs vary among the respective programs. With that in mind, we know writing a check may not always be the best option, but picking up an extra set of towels, a few school supplies or donating that suit you’ll never wear again, is doable. SEE MORE HERE to learn about ways you can donate new and used goods.
There are many ways you can make a gift to The Salvation Army of Central Virginia. For donation options, click here.
A planned gift is arranged by you legally during your lifetime. The principal benefits accrue to The Salvation Army at a later time, after your death or the death of your last named beneficiary. Planned gifts take many forms, providing additional income for you and/or your heirs, reducing income and estate taxes, relieving you and your heirs of complicated financial management responsibilities and helping to fulfill your personal, humanitarian and charitable objectives. Planned gifts can be made in cash, real estate, stocks, bonds, personal property or life insurance.
Donations of stock can be a benefit to you, as well as to The Salvation Army. An outright gift of long-term securities (owned more than one year) to The Salvation Army is free of capital gains tax.
Every year, The Salvation Army in Central Virginia helps provide Christmas Assistance to thousands of children and hundreds of seniors in the Richmond metro and Tri-Cities region.
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