Ways to Give
May 1 – April 30 annually
The Annual Fund is the life-blood of the Bolling Haxall House. Tax-deductible gifts received by the Bolling Haxall House Foundation allow for maintenance, repairs, and preservation projects to occur in a timely manner. The Bolling Haxall House Foundation does not receive federal funding. To operate and preserve this Virginia Historic Landmark, and to list on the National Registry of Historic Places, funds come from community support, specifically individuals and businesses, and from foundation grants for special projects. The House is open to the public for tours and events. Your name will be listed in our annual donor report.
In Memory/In Honor
Have you considered honoring a friend or family member for their birthday, anniversary or other milestone? Honorary and memorial giving is a wonderful way to make a meaningful gift. Be sure to complete the tribute information field when making your online gift or contact the development office. Your name will be listed in our annual donor report.
Matching Gifts Program
Did you know that 65% of Fortune 500 companies match employee donations to a wide range of non-profits? Did you know that statistics show that $3 to $10 billion dollars in matching gift funds are left on the table each year? Please consider utilizing your company’s matching gift program. Many companies have simplified this process by implementing an electronic submission process. You can possibly double and sometimes triple your giving to an organization by simply notifying your company of your gift and providing simple information. Corporate philanthropy programs are a vital part of our fundraising efforts. Your name and your employer’s name will be listed in our annual donor report.
Gifts of Stock
Stock gifts are another way to give to the Foundation. Gifts are received through our Charles Schwab account #4054-4998. Please contact the development office for additional information. The total value of your stock gift will be credited as your gift to the Foundation.
Planned Giving, Haxall Hundred
Planned Gifts are gifts made in lifetime or at death as part of a donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. This includes bequests, gift annuities, as a beneficiary of life insurance policies or individual retirement accounts. For purposes of recognition, the donor must state in writing that she has included the Club or the Foundation in her estate plans.