To make a financial, tax-deductible contribution to help Circle Center Adult Day Services, you have several options: cash, check, credit card, or PayPal's secure server (credit cards or PayPal accounts).
When mailing a donation, please send your check or credit card information (name as it appears on the card, account number, expiration date, and security number on the back) to Circle Center Adult Day Services, 4900 West Marshall Street, Richmond, Virginia 23230.
Our participants rely on your donations. Thank you for your generosity!
- $50 pays for one month's worth of lunches for a participant
- $60 pays for five showers for participants whose families are unable to handle this care at home, and cannot afford to pay for this help.
- $100 pays for one month of transportation for a participant whose family cannot drive the participant themselves and can't afford this service and have to leave the participant alone at home.
- Scholarships are made available to participants who cannot afford to pay.
- Donation can be designated for items to improve our programs.
Below are several ways to make a financial gift to Circle Center Adult Day Services:
- Outright Gift: Donors may elect to make an outright gift either of cash or securities as the most direct way to give. A gift of appreciated securities, whether publicly traded or from a private company, may provide greater tax advantages than gifts of cash. The donor can deduct the current fair market value as a charitable gift, avoiding capital gains tax on the appreciation.
- Multi-Year Pledge: Donors may choose to pledge to the organization. Pledges can be fulfilled over a period of one to five years. Here, too, gifts to The Annual Fund can be planned and pledged over the course of any special effort or campaign.
- Corporate Matching Gifts: Donors can increase community support to the organization through corporate matching gifts programs. You (and/or your spouse) are encouraged to contact your employer or former employer to inquire about a matching gifts program.
- Planned Gift: There are a variety of planned giving options enabling donors to fulfill their commitment or even consider a larger gift level for the Center. Options promoted include: gifts of stock, real or other personal property; or, such deferred gifts as life insurance, annuities, lead and remainder trusts and bequests.
Board of Directors
For inquiries about ways of giving, or how to provide for furnishings and equipment, please contact the Development office at (804) 355-5717.
OPTIONS FOR DONOR RECOGNITION The Board has defined and approved the following ways to recognize benefactors of Circle Center’s Capital project and ongoing program, events and services:
- Overall Donor Recognition: For all donors to the Center’s various programs (Annual, Campaign, Endowment, other), the Center provides recognition in print as follows: in the annual report or newsletter honor roll, formal communications, media releases (with the permission of the donor), and permanent recognition in the form of a final special publication following campaign closure.
- Central Donor Recognition: The board has approved a policy that physical, long term recognition will be centralized and located within the new facility in a fitting manner. Such recognition will be provided for benefactors of the following major levels: $500,000 +, $250,000, $100,000, $50,000 and gifts up to $25,000.
- Naming and Commemorative Opportunities: In addition, naming and commemorative options will be provided for select physical spaces and for the Endowment Fund. One to three donors may elect to provide for each naming option.
- The Annual Fund: Donors for the ongoing program needs will be recognized in the annual report and featured in newsletters. A special donor event will be provided to donors at the $250 level and especially the $1,000 or more category of support.
- Ongoing Program Sponsorships: On an ongoing basis, the board will provide temporary recognition to sponsors of programs, special events and other needs. The nature and scope of the recognition options will be appropriately defined according to policy, the donor's wishes and IRS regulations.