Gifts to the Garden Club of Virginia provide a solid foundation for our organization and ensure our continued level of excellence. The Garden Club of Virginia maintains funds committed to support specific areas of involvement.
The GCV is a 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Gift by Check: Print Contribution Form and mail with check to address below.
Gift of Stock: Contact The Executive Director of The Garden Club of Virginia.
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In July 2009 the Garden Club of Virginia Board of Directors unanimously voted to establish an Annual Fund for the GCV. Gifts to the GCV through the Annual Fund will be used where they are most needed, including the Garden Club of Virginia’s operating expenses and for general operating expenses for the Kent-Valentine House. A growing annual fund will allow the GCV to reduce its reliance on Endowment income and club dues. The Annual Fund year follows the fiscal year from July 1 through June 30.
The Garden Club of Virginia Endowment was established in 1998 for long-term investment to provide a portion of the Garden Club of Virginia’s operating expenses and for general operating expenses for the Kent-Valentine House, headquarters for the Garden Club of Virginia and Historic Garden Week. All undesignated donations to the Garden Club of Virginia are deposited in this fund.
Established in 2007, the Garden Club of Virginia Conservation Fund is designated for long-term growth to fund the Bessie Bocock Carter Conservation Award on an annual basis and other Club conservation projects.
The Common Wealth Award Fund was established in 1979 and is designated for long-term investment to provide annual grants to member clubs to promote projects in the areas of conservation, beautification, horticulture, preservation and education. The grants, taken from the interest of the account, are awarded at the Board of Governors’ meeting.
Along with the proceeds from Historic Garden Week, donations will be used for the restoration of historic gardens open to the public throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Garden Club of Virginia
Attn: Director of Development
12 East Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23219
firstname.lastname@example.org or 804‐643‐4128